Elementary Theory of Numbers

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World Scientific, 1992 - Mathematics - 250 pages
This book explains clearly and in detail the basic concepts and methods of calculations of the elementary theory of numbers. It consists of 7 chapters illustrated by numerous examples and exercises. Answers together with some hints to the exercises are given at the end of the book. It may be used as a textbook for undergraduate students.
 

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Contents

Theory of divisibility
1
Congruences
51
Indeterminate Equations
77
Congruences in One Unknown
109
Quadratic Residues and Congruences
139
Primitive Roots and Indices
181
Brief Introduction to Number Theory
207
Appendix
219
Index
249
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