# A COLORFUL DETERMINANTAL IDENTITY, A CONJECTURE OF ROTA, AND LATIN SQUARES

@inproceedings{Onn1997ACD, title={A COLORFUL DETERMINANTAL IDENTITY, A CONJECTURE OF ROTA, AND LATIN SQUARES}, author={Shmuel Onn}, year={1997} }

the polynomial x2 + x + d is prime for all integers x with 0 < x < d 2. One final comment: If D is an almost Euclidean subring of a number field, Theorem 2 tells us that we may use the absolute value of the norm as a near Euclidean function. Suppose that D is actually Euclidean. Will the absolute value of the norm serve as a Euclidean function? It is interesting to note that Hardy and Wright [4, p. 212] define a Euclidean domain not in the usual way but explicitly using the norm as the… CONTINUE READING

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