Topics in the Theory on Numbers.pdf

Topics in the Theory on Numbers PDF

Paul Erdos

This rather unique book is a guided tour through number theory. While most introductions to number theory provide a systematic and exhaustive treatment of the subject, the authors have chosen instead to illustrate the many varied subjects by associating recent discoveries, interesting methods, and unsolved problems. In particular, we read about combinatorial problems in number theory, a branch of mathematics cofounded and popularised by Paul Erdos. Janos Suranyis vast teaching experience successfully complements Paul Erdoss ability to initiate new directions of research by suggesting new problems and approaches. This book will surely grouse the interest of the student and the teacher alike. Until his death in 1996, Professor Paul Erdas was one of the most prolific mathematicians ever, publishing close to 1,500 papers. While his papers contributed to almost every area of mathematics, his main research interest was in the area of combinatories, graph theory, and number theory. He is most famous for proposing problems to the mathematical community that were exquisitely simple to understand yet difficult ta solve. He was awarded numerous prestigious prizes including the Frank Nelson Cole Prize of the AMS.

Topics in Number Theory | Higher Education Topics in Number Theory is essentially a first course in number theory and as a prerequisite requires familiarity not much more than what is covered in any high school mathematics curriculum.This book is rich in examples. All the basic topic in elementary number theory including congruence, number theoretic functions, quadratic reciprocity, representation of certain primes in the form x 2 + Ny

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