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an integer that has no integral factors but itself and 1

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Jean-Pierre Serre's mathematical contributions, leading to a Fields Medal in 1954, were largely in the field of algebraic topology, but his later work ranged widely--within algebraic geometry, group theory, and especially number theory.
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