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Note on a cubic character sum

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A short evaluation is given of a cubic character sum considered by Rajwade [5].

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Research Supported by National Research Council of Canada, Grant A-7233.

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Williams, K.S. Note on a cubic character sum. Aeq. Math. 12, 229–231 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01836550

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  • 10G05

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  • 12C20