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The Least Number with Prescribed Legendre Symbols

@article{Hanson2016TheLN,
  title={The Least Number with Prescribed Legendre Symbols},
  author={Brandon Hanson and R. C. Vaughan and Ruixiang Zhang},
  journal={arXiv: Number Theory},
  year={2016}
}
In this article we estimate the number of integers up to $X$ which can be represented by a positive-definite, binary integral quadratic form of discriminant which is small relative to $X$. This follows from understanding the vector of signs when computing the Legendre symbol of small integers $n$ at multiple primes. 

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