## An Introduction to Number Theory with CryptographyNumber theory has a rich history. For many years it was one of the purest areas of pure mathematics, studied because of the intellectual fascination with properties of integers. More recently, it has been an area that also has important applications to subjects such as cryptography. An Introduction to Number Theory with Cryptography presents number |

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### Contents

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Chapter 2 Unique Factorization | 59 |

Chapter 3 Applications of Unique Factorization | 71 |

Chapter 4 Congruences | 107 |

Chapter 5 Cryptographic Applications | 167 |

Chapter 6 Polynomial Congruences | 193 |

Chapter 7 Order and Primitive Roots | 207 |

Chapter 11 Geometry of Numbers | 337 |

Chapter 12 Arithmetic Functions | 367 |

Chapter 13 Continued Fractions | 383 |

Chapter 14 Gaussian Integers | 427 |

Chapter 15 Algebraic Integers | 453 |

Chapter 16 Analytic Methods | 479 |

Fermats Last Theorem | 503 |

Appendix A Supplementary Topics | 513 |

Chapter 8 More Cryptographic Applications | 241 |

Chapter 9 Quadratic Reciprocity | 263 |

Chapter 10 Primality and Factorization | 295 |

Appendix B Answers and Hints for OddNumbered Exercises | 535 |

Back Cover | 549 |

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