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There are no formal prerequisites for the class, but some familiarity with proofs will be helpful as we'll be doing plenty of those in class and homework. However, if you aren't used to mathematical proofs, don't despair! You will hopefully pick up these skills during the course. There won't be a required text for the course we'll be following lecture notes. There are a few recommended texts, in case you want to do some background reading.
Number Theory (MMA 300) - HT12
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Problems of varying difficulty are used throughout the text to aid comprehension. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 8. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers , please sign up.
Be the first to ask a question about An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers. Apr 20, powei rated it it was amazing. I read this book because a professor of mine, who was retiring, gave me this book because I had displayed an interest in the material.
That professor was really good. I became a math major as a direct result of that action. I learned about the elementary theory of congruences from this book. But it is referenced everywhere. I plan to read through more topics in this book later.
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A tough book. I didn't like the style of the book too much to say the least. Let's begin with the positives. The book is designed geniously. Each chapter is almost self-contained barring few basic ideas that any college undergrad ought to know. Kudos for that. Each topic is covered in almost excruciating detail- at times a positive, at times not.
The author has introduced, to my understanding, every tool and concept any undergrad needs to be aware of after taking a first course in number theory.
I cannot stress enough the breadth and depth that this book covers. One star just for that. My issues with the book, are ironically regarding the writing style. I find the book too scattered. Maybe because I used an e-book but at times the book is extremely unclear. To cite an example, an exercise in the section dealing with elliptic curves left me completely perplexed.
I didn't know at what times the author was referring to a particular example and when he made a statement with regards to a theorem. Besides elliptic curve, I found the Farey sequences a bit too difficult to grasp. Having said all of that, I find it slightly difficult to enumerate every topic covered in the book but you can easily get a table of contents online. I would recommend this book if you're a Math major. This is one book you must have on introductory number theory if you want just one.
Oct 31, Wissam Raji rated it it was amazing Shelves: mathematics. A very nice introduction to the theory of numbers starting with the fundamental theorem of number theory and then navigating through the basic topics reaching quadratic forms in a very nice treatment in addition to elementary topics in elliptic curves. I would recommend it for those who want to learn the number-theoretic approach to quadratic forms and their properties. The problems are well-thought of and are very beneficial for students to solve.
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Number Theory (MMA 300) - HT12
Number Theory for Computing pp Cite as. Provide a solid foundation of elementary number theory for Computational, Algorithmic , and Applied Number Theory of the next two chapters of the book. Provide independently a self-contained text of Elementary Number Theory for Computing , or in part a text of Mathematics for Computing. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
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Extra office hours before the final examination: Wednesday and Thursday, 18th and 19th June, pm in G3. Rationale: For some time now there has been developing within and outside of mathematics a renewed energy and interest in matters relating to number theory. In addition, the use of the computer has made it possible to explore a much wider domain of number based phenomena than before, leading to new ideas. Details of the paper content: The following is a list of the type of topics which might be included, but it is not exhaustive and all topics listed would not necessarily be covered: Theory of prime numbers: fundamental theorem of arithmetic, sieve of Erastosthenes, factoring large numbers into prime factors. Special types of number — Fermat, perfect, etc.
Number Theory (MMA 300) - HT12
Solutions: [ PDF ]. In the solution to question 2, there are several misprints that make it difficult to follow. Therefore, for this number to be an integer, we should have D to be congruent to 1 modulo 4.
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