Jacobi symbol

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Named after German mathematician Carl Gustav Jakob Jacobi.

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Jacobi symbol (plural Jacobi symbols)

  1. (number theory) Mathematical function of two integers, written \left({a \over b}\right), based on whether a is a square modulo the prime factors of b.

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