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A Collection of Problems in The Theory of Numbers – Sierpinski
In this post, we will see the book A Collection of Problems in The Theory of Numbers by Waclaw Sierpinski. About the book A Selection of Problems in the Theory of Numbers focuses on mathematical problems within the boundaries … Continue reading
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Tagged arithmetic progressions, difficult problems, elementary problems, fermat numbers, goldbach conjecture, high school, lagrange's theorem, mathematics, mersenne numbers, natural numbers, number theory, patterns, polynomials, prime factors, prime numbers, problem books, problems, solutions
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Elements of Number Theory – Vinogradov
In this post, we will see the book Elements Of Number Theory by I. M. Vinogradov. About the book (from the author) In my book I present a systematic exposition of the funda mentals of number theory within the scope … Continue reading
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Tagged composite modulus, congruences, congruences of second degree, continued fractions, divisibility theory, Euclid’s Algorithm, Euler Function, fermat's theorem, mathematics, Mobius Function, number theoretical functions, number theory, prime numbers, primitive indices, primitive roots, residues, soviet
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The Method Of Trigonometric Sums In The Theory Of Numbers – Vinogradov
In this post, we will see the book The Method Of Trigonometric Sums In The Theory Of Numbers by I. M. Vinogradov. About the book Since 1934 the analytic theory of numbers has been largely transformed by the work of … Continue reading
Little Mathematics Library – The Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic
In the Little Mathematics Library series we now come to Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic by L. A. Kaluzhnin. In this booklet, Prof. Kaluzhnin deals with one of the fundamental propositions of arithmetic of rational whole numbers – the uniqueness of … Continue reading