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Fermat, in a letter to Carcavi [79, Vol. II, p. 433], indicated that his proof (like so many others of his) was based on the method of descent, whose application in this case, he added, required another new idea. Euler, in a letter of 1730 to Goldbach [54], mentioned that he could not prove Theorem 2, the real difficulty residing in showing that numbers of the form n 2 + 7 are sums offour squares. Indeed, 7 cannot be written as a sum of three squares, while if a = If=l then obviously n 2 + a is a sum of four squares.

Sketch of Jacobi's Proof of Theorem 4 0 = 1 1 00 -6cotz- + -2 L nUn 1 2 n=1 = 1 0 -6 cot 2 1 2 L2 + 00 L uk(l k=1 as claimed. 12), and T2 = = + k) L Uk 1 + Uk - -2 coskO k=1 00 ( 1 00 + Uk) COS kO + -2 L k=1 ku k(l - cos kO) n12, we obtain ! 13), we obtain which proves Lemma 3 and completes the proof of Theorem 4. §8. 14) where (see Chapter 1) only the last equality still needs justification. Assuming it, we observe that for m odd, mxm L m odd m 1 + (- 1) 00 m x = L mxm(1 m odd 00 + xm + x2m + ...

We shall not need the complete theory of genera-not even their precise definition. , [105, §48, Satz 145, §53]. , [105, §48, Satz 145, §53]), that each of the 9 genera of a given discriminant contains the same number k = h/g of equivalence classes. If the discriminant D = b2 - 4ae of the form ax2 + bxy + ey2 is divisible by t distinct primes, then 9 = 2t - 1 , except for -D = 4n, with n == 3 (mod 4), when 9 = 2t - 2 , and for -D = 4n, n == (mod 8), when 9 = 2t-cases that will not concern us. This is essentially equivalent to Gauss's rule of counting only the odd prime divisors of n.