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Arithm.. 34 CHAPTER 3 even earlier. There is a corresponding entry on the margin of Leiste, formulating but not proving it, which seems to be early but cannot be dated reliably. Also, entry #39 (of October 1, 1796) of the diary refers to it-another instance where seemingly precise information from the diary does not help. The proof in Summ. ser. is from 1801 but was published only much later, in 1808. It is an important proof because using the theory of Gauss sums one can easily calculate the number of quadratic residues or nonresidues in the sequence 1, ...
Gauss uses Cauchy's integral theorem in an implicit way by considering, for the polynomial f, the expression ° ~XI=r j (* ) vanishes if X does not have a root. This leads to a contradiction. Our * In the original edition, the dissertation is 80 pages long, but it takes up only 30 pages in the format of G. W. 42 CHAPTER 4 summary is more direct than Gauss's proof because Gauss avoids complex numbers and explicit geometric constructions. Instead, a real double integral is used. The second proof, "Demonstratio nova altera theorematis omnem functionem algebraicam rationalem integram unius variabilis in factores reales primi vel secundi gradus resolvi posse", from 1815, uses algebraic properties (of the symmetric functions) and a differential equation between the initial polynomial and its discriminant.
Arithm. , algebraic expressions of the type (a, b, c given integers).? f(x, y) = ax 2 + 2bxy + cy2 A substantial portion of the fifth section is not original but repeats and summarizes results which are due to Lagrange. Gauss indicates where his original work begins, and we shall make a corresponding remark in the course of our summary. Gauss's algebraization of arithmetic leads to quite complicated algebraic computations and concepts, without direct numbertheoretical motivation. Later, we shall see how Gauss reestablishes this connection whenever necessary and possible.