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Four squares theorem

Four Squares Theorem -- every natural number is the sum of four integer squares -- simply asserts that x² + y² + z² + w² = n is solvable for all n. But the attempt to solve these equations requires rather powerful tools from elsewhere in mathematics to shed light on the the structure of the problem.

Note by Saksham Agrawal
3 years, 8 months ago

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