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On Kurepa's problems in number Theory

@article{Ivic2003OnKP,
  title={On Kurepa's problems in number Theory},
  author={A. Ivi'c and vZarko Mijajlovi'c},
  journal={arXiv: Number Theory},
  year={2003}
}
We discuss some problems in number theory posed by Djuro Kurepa (1907-1993), including his classical left factorial hypothesis that an odd prime $p$ does not divide $0! + 1! + ... + (p-1)!$. 
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