**The 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.**

## Posts Tagged ‘number theory’

## An Introduction to the theory of numbers niven i., zuckerman h.s., montgomery h.l

Posted: August 9, 2012 in number theoryTags: number theory

## 104 Number Theory Problems

Posted: August 8, 2012 in number theoryTags: 104 Number theory, number theory, titu andreescu

**This challenging problem book by renowned US Olympiad coaches, mathematics teachers, and researchers develops a multitude of problem-solving skills needed to excel in mathematical contests and in mathematical research in number theory. Offering inspiration and intellectual delight, the problems throughout the book encourage students to express their ideas in writing to explain how they conceive problems, what conjectures they make, and what conclusions they reach. Applying specific techniques and strategies, readers will acquire a solid understanding of the fundamental concepts and ideas of number theory.**

104 Number Theory Problems – Titu Andreescu . Dorin Andrica . Zuming Feng

## ELEMANTARY NUMBER THEORY IN NINE CHAPTERS

Posted: August 6, 2012 in number theoryTags: elementary number theory, elementary number theory in nine chapters, number theory

**This book is intended to serve as a one-semester introductory course in number theory. Throughout the book a historical perspective has been adopted and emphasis is given to some of the subject’s applied aspects; in particular the field of cryptography is highlighted. At the heart of the book are the major number theoretic accomplishments of Euclid, Fermat, Gauss, Legendre, and Euler, and to fully illustrate the properties of numbers and concepts developed in the text, a wealth of exercises have been included. It is assumed that the reader will have ‘pencil in hand’ and ready access to a calculator or computer. For students new to number theory, whatever their background, this is a stimulating and entertaining introduction to the subject.**