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274                        ElSTOBY OP THE THEOBY OF NXJMBEBS.                  [CHAP. IX
Glaisher94 discussed the residues modulo p3 of binomial coefficients. T. Hayashi95 proved that if p is a prime and fji+v=p,
according as 0<s^, p<s<p, or s=0.
T. Hayashi96 proved that, if 10 is the least positive residue of I modulo p, and if v=póp>)
modulo p.   Special cases of the first result had been given by Lucas.86
A. Cunningham97 proved that, if p is a prime,
(-l)- (mod p),
B.  Earn98 noted that, if (£), w=l,. . ., nó 1, have a common factor o>l, then a is a prime and n=ar.   There is at most one prime <n which does not divide II (£) for m = l,. . ., nó 2, and then only when n+l=qar, where a is a prime and g<a.   For m = Q, 1,. . ., n, the number of odd (£) is always a power of 2.
P. Bachmann" proved that, if h(p~ 1) is the greatest multiple <k of
-    (mod p)-
the case Jfc odd being due to Hermite.76
G. Fontene" stated and L. Grosschmid100 proved that
-i)s(-1}t (modp)-     p=p
A. Fleck101 proved that, if Ogp<p, a+b=0 (mod p),
N. Nielsen102 proved Bachmann^s" result by use of Bernoulli numbers.
wQuar. Jour. Math., 31, 1900, 110-124.
MJour. of the Physics School in Tokio, 10, 1901, 391-2; Abh. Geschichte Math. Wiss., 28, 1910, 26-28.
MArchiv Math. Phys., (3), 5, 1903, 67-9.
"Math. Quest. Educat. Times, (2), 12, 1907, 94r-5.
98Jour. of the Indian Math. Club, Madras, 1, 1909, 39-43.
"Niedere Zahlentheorie, II, 1910, 46. 100Nouv. Ann. Math., (4), 13, 1913, 521-1. 1MSitzungs. Berlin Math. GeselL, 13, 1913-4, 2-6.    Cf. H. Kapferer, Archiv Math.  Phys
(3), 23, 1915, 122. lęAnnali di mat., (3), 22, 1914, 253.