# Number Theory "mn + 1 = p is a prime…"
Summary: Apparent scratch work for number theoretical analysis; Possibly continuation of previous problem; Possibly multiple different problems worked on, including m, n, p problem, r, s, p problem, a, b, k problem, etc. "n is an odd prime, a, b, c are integers…"
Summary: Number theoretical analysis with apparent problem statement pertaining to n, a, b, and c; extensive algebra and calculation done with variables x, y, z. "s is a power of n"
Summary: Number theoretical analysis of primes, with apparent aim of solving a problem (number 1 in top right corner could be question number; problem is possibly to prove that s is a power of n, as is concluded in bottom right). Determining HCFs
Summary: Number theoretical analysis; Possibly a continuation of a set of related problems, with potential goal of finding H.C.F.s (number 4 in top right corresponds to numbers in top right of FSUDirac_12_1c_0027, FSUDirac_12_1c_0028 and FSUDirac_12_1c_0034). Factors, primes, and remainders (modular arithmetic)
Summary: Further number theoretical analysis involving factors, primes and remainders using modular arithmetic. Investigating powers, factors, and primes
Summary: Number theoretical analysis of factors; Possibly from a succession of problems (number 3 in top right matches numbers in top right of FSUDirac_12_1c_0027 and FSUDirac_12_1c_0028). Modular arithmetic
Summary: Stating equivalences in modular arithmetic modulo k; Stating values of function f at various point a0 through a4. Numbers in terms of exponents n and analysis of expressions modulo λ
Summary: Number theoretical analysis; Working with sequence of numbers in terms of exponents n and analyzing expressions modulo λ. Observations of primes and factors
Summary: Number theoretical analysis; Not trying to solve any particular problem, but making observations about primes and factors of certain expressions. Organized analysis of factors
Summary: Number theoretical analysis of factors; Possibly a next problem in a set (there is a 2 in the top right corner, much like the 1 in the top right corner of FSUDirac_12_1c_0027). Primes and factors, with matrices as a representation
Summary: Number theoretical analysis of primes and factors; Developing matrices of equations to represent number theory problem. Sequences of integers with integer exponents
Summary: Apparent scratch work, possibly for number theory analysis; writing out sequences of integers with integral exponents; writing out arbitrarily large summations of terms explicitly expressed in terms of a.