# Findings:

- Given that a and b are integers, a^2 = b^3, and a is even, prove that a must be divisible by 4
- plane algebraic curve
- signed integer
- A dense ordering on the integers
- Proof that the algebraic closure of a field is unique
- integer programming
- machine integer
- p-adic integer
- algebraic geometry
- The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
- random integer, 1 to 6
- p-adic integers: analytic properties
- Algebraic Expression
- integer FFT
- Friendship with Integers
- Simplified Algebraic Notation
- Mapping the power set of the integers to the real numbers
- Perl: Converting an integer or float to currency
- Proof that there are no integers between 0 and 1
- algebraic function
- Constructions for dividing a segment at any integer ratio
- Gaussian integer
- The square root of any positive integer is either integral or irrational
- algebraic logic
- highest binary integer
- integers modulo n
- algebraic
- positive integer
- algebraic topology
- integer information sample
- algebraic number
- tagged integer
- algebraic addition theorem
- Integer Relation Detection Algorithm
- God made the integers, all else is the work of man
- This week, Jen's got a new man, or, another take on some algebraic properties
- the smallest integer never considered
- Algebraic Notation
- integer division
- integer

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