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Geometry of Wilson’s Theorem

Wilson’s Theorem is a beautiful result from Number Theory. We created an animation on it! Linked it with Geometry and behold the beauty of mathematics that comes forth. Try it!

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Wilson’s Theorem from Number Theory is a beautiful classical result. Enjoy this beautiful geometric proof of the classical result. 

We used animations to bring the idea into life. 

Now watch the discussion video

Kazi Abu Rousan

Kazi Abu Rousan

Cheenta Creative Team

Kazi is a student of Physics. He loves the relation between physics and mathematics. He is the creator of this beautiful video.

Tutorial Problems… try these after watching the video.

1. Write down a rigorous proof of Wilson’s Theorem. 2. Is the converse of Wilson’s Theorem true? Can you prove it?

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By Dr. Ashani Dasgupta

Ph.D. in Mathematics, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, United States.

Research Interest: Geometric Group Theory, Relatively Hyperbolic Groups.

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