A quick count shows that $A$ has 36 points.


Those more than half a square count as whole ones.

We shall thus avoid doubly counting the same contribution.

At the core of our proof of Theorem 1 is a simple counting argument.

the number of zeros of $f$ counted according to their multiplicities $\langle$counted with multiplicity$\rangle$

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