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Title: Arithmetic progressions in certain subsets of finite fields
Authors: Eyidoğan, Sadık
Göral, Haydar
Kutlu, Mustafa Kutay
Keywords: Arithmetic progressions
Szemeredi's theorem
Arithmetic geometry
Weil estimates
Sato-Tate conjecture
Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract: In this note, we focus on how many arithmetic progressions we have in certain subsets of finite fields. For this purpose, we consider the sets Sp = {t2 : t & ISIN; Fp} and Cp = {t3 : t & ISIN; Fp}, and we use the results on Gauss and Kummer sums. We prove that for any integer k & GE; 3 and for an odd prime number p, the number of k-term arithmetic progressions in Sp is given by p2 2k + R, where and ck is a computable constant depending only on k. The proof also uses finite Fourier analysis and certain types of Weil estimates. Also, we obtain some formulas that give the exact number of arithmetic progressions of length  in the set Sp when  & ISIN; {3,4, 5} and p is an odd prime number. For  = 4, 5, our formulas are based on the number of points on
ISSN: 1071-5797
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