An introduction to the theory of numbers 
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User Review  Mikesokolov  GoodreadsI got a lot out of it, but ultimately didn't finish.. can't say why really; maybe the same reason I didn't get a graduate math degree Read full review
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User Review  Joey Comeau  GoodreadsI read a two sentence review of this once that has really stuck with me. It went along the lines of "If I could bring only one book with me to a desert island, it would be [some other book] if I ... Read full review
Contents
THE SERIES OF PRIMES  1 
THE SERIES OF PRIMES  12 
FAREY SERIES AND A THEOREM OF MINKOWSKI  23 
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absolutely convergent algebraic number algorithm argument arithmetic coefficients congruence conjecture contradiction convergent convex coordinates coprime corresponding cubes D. H. Lehmer decimal deduce defined digits divides divisible equation equivalent Euclid's Euclid's algorithm Euclidean Euler example Farey Farey series Fermat's theorem follows formula function fundamental theorem Gauss Gaussian integers give h'jk infinite infinity integral quaternions interval irrational Journal London Math Kronecker's theorem Landau lattice point least Minkowski Minkowski's theorem modm modp modulus multiple nonresidue notation NOTES ON CHAPTER number of primes odd prime parallelogram particular plainly positive integers positive number prime factor problem proof of Theorem properties prove Theorem quadratfrei quadratic residue rational integers rational prime region representable result roots satisfies sequence simple continued fraction solution square suppose Theorem 44 theory of numbers trivial true unity values Waring's problem Wilson's theorem write