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

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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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