Gauss, Eisenstein, and the "Third" Proof of the Quadratic Reciprocity Theorem: Ein kleines Schauspiel

Laubenbacher, Reinhard C.; Pengelley, David J.
March 1994
Mathematical Intelligencer;Spring94, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p67
Academic Journal
Presents the work of mathematicians Gotthold Eisenstein and Carl Freidrich Gauss to the quadratic reciprocity theorem. Importance of the theorem; Gauss's lemma; Mathematicians' account of the work.


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