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    Unhappy Please Help with this Grestest Common Divisors Problem

    Hello everyone,
    Can anyone help me with this problem please ?

    Find the four greatest common divisors of 13+39i and -17+19i in Z[i]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joey123 View Post
    Hello everyone,
    Can anyone help me with this problem please ?

    Find the four greatest common divisors of 13+39i and -17+19i in Z[i]
    Did you try using the Euclidean algortihm there? I would say that is the best way to go. But you state the details and I help you out if I can.
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