Ibn al-haytham et le théorème de Wilson

  title={Ibn al-haytham et le th{\'e}or{\`e}me de Wilson},
  author={Roshdi Rashed},
  journal={Archive for History of Exact Sciences},
  • R. Rashed
  • Published 1 December 1980
  • Mathematics
  • Archive for History of Exact Sciences
Le theoreme de Wilson, a savoir que 123... (n-1) +1 est divisible par n si et seulement si n est un nombre premier, a deja ete enonce par le mathematicien arabe Ibn al-Haytham (10 siecle), qui en connaissait peut-etre une demonstration. Reproduction d'un de ses textes avec traduction en regard. Bezout, Wilson, Diophante. 
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