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...In recent years, the focus is on application of concepts, rather than the steps required to execute that concept. You may be presented a problem, where you decide which concept is applicable for its solution. It is helpful to know the following: Prime factorization of the integers, of algebraic polynomials, and the Pythagorean triples.

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