Photo by Debby Hudson on Unsplash Material for Antoine Chambert-Loir’s course Post author:Antoine Chambert-Loir Post published:July 2, 2021 Post category:Uncategorized Post comments:7 Comments The problems are available here! The slides of the talk are available here! Here is the video of the lecture: You Might Also Like Video and lecture notes for François Bergeron’s course June 23, 2021 Video of Rachel Bawden’s lecture July 13, 2021 Video and references for Olga Paris-Romaskevich’s talk July 9, 2021 This Post Has 7 Comments Hoang 4 Jul 2021 Reply I believe in 1.1 a), n is just a number right? Catherine Goldstein 4 Jul 2021 Reply Yes! The point is to prove that if an integer satisfies this congruence, one of its prime factors too. It would be a bit easy if n is supposed to be a prime:) Well done. Antoine Chambert-Loir 4 Jul 2021 Reply Good job! that’s an unfortunate lapsus from my part, I’m sorry. Antoine Chambert-Loir 4 Jul 2021 Reply To the students, a general comment about the exercises: there are a lot of them, they may be too hard, or too classic. Please send comments or remarks, if you have any concern! Aaghaz 5 Jul 2021 Reply Hello! I am logged in, but I can’t see the problems. Antoine Chambert-Loir 5 Jul 2021 Reply The message above says “The problems are available here!” and there is a link hidden under the word “here” ! Here is a link : https://www.mathematicalsummerinparis.fr/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/ChambertLoir.pdf Daniel Fiorilli 11 Jul 2021 Reply Do not forget to have a look at the related Forum post: https://www.mathematicalsummerinparis.fr/index.php/forums/topic/questions-on-antoine-chambert-loirs-lecture/ Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.