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\title{Math 220 Proof Portfolio}
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\section{The first entry (change this section name)}
Put your first entry here, unless you are choosing not to revise it from the version submitted with Problem Set $6$. If you are not revising Entry $1$, you can leave this section blank (or you can paste in your Entry $1$ and write at the top that you have not revised it).
You should change all uses of \texttt{$\backslash$section} to \texttt{$\backslash$subsection} in your \LaTeX\ source, since the entire entry is now one section of the overall portfolio. As an example, I've pasted the first chunk of the template source code below.
\subsection*{Introduction}
The purpose of this document is to establish the irrationality of a certian class of real numbers, namely roots of prime numbers. First recall some basic facts and definitions.
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A real number $a$ is called \textit{rational} if there exist integers $m,n$ with $n \neq 0$ and $ a = \frac{m}{n}$.
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(\textit{B\'ezout's identity})
If $a$ and $b$ are two integers, not both $0$, then there exist integers $u,v$ such that
$$a u + bv = \gcd(a,b).$$
Furthermore, if there exist $u,v \in \mathbb{Z}$ such that $au+bv=1$, then $\gcd(a,b) = 1$.
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(\textit{Euclid's lemma}, weak form)
If $p$ is a prime number and $a,b$ are integers such that $p \mid ab$, then either $p \mid a$ or $p \mid b$.
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\subsection{Preliminary results}
We now prove two preliminary lemmas.\\
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\section{Reflection essay}
Write your short essay refleting on mathematical reasoning and proof here.
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