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Schinzel circles are a set of circles with a given number of integer points on the circumference of the circle. If the number n = 2k of points on the circumference of the circle is even, then a Schinzel circle is given by: if n is odd or 2k + 1, then

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  • Schinzel circles are a set of circles with a given number of integer points on the circumference of the circle. If the number n = 2k of points on the circumference of the circle is even, then a Schinzel circle is given by: if n is odd or 2k + 1, then
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  • Schinzel circles are a set of circles with a given number of integer points on the circumference of the circle. If the number n = 2k of points on the circumference of the circle is even, then a Schinzel circle is given by: if n is odd or 2k + 1, then
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