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Gaussian Divisors of an Integer
Show the complex integer divisors of an integer.
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Stephen Wolfram
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The concept of divisibility can be extended to the ring of Gaussian integers. The Gaussian divisors of an integer display an interesting symmetric configuration. The symmetry is due to the units 1, -1,
i
and
-i
.
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