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An excellent, informative, and truly readable article. Thank you very much Professor Barrow.

Just after formula 24, the 2nd occurence of "any" in the following sentence should be "and". Underscores added for contrast.

"Pick any finite or infinite list of integers that you like _any_ they will form the quotients a(n) of one and only one number."