## An Introduction to the Theory of NumbersThe Fifth Edition of one of the standard works on number theory, written by internationally-recognized mathematicians. Chapters are relatively self-contained for greater flexibility. New features include expanded treatment of the binomial theorem, techniques of numerical calculation and a section on public key cryptography. Contains an outstanding set of problems. |

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User Review - zaz360 - LibraryThingThis was a good book for my Introduction to Number Theory class where we went through the first five chapters. I thought it was easy to understand and follow in working through the problems. I never got too lost or needed too much teacher explanation of the text. Pretty good overall. Read full review

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