Elementary Number Theory: A Problem Oriented Approach

Joe Roberts, quot;Elementary Number Theory: A Problem Oriented Approach quot;
The MIT Press | 1977 | ISBN: 0262680289, B0006CP0S4 | 672 pages | File type: PDF | 20,3 mb
This book is designed so that it may be used in several ways : it can be used for self study, as a guide for tutorially directed work, or as a supplementary text or source of problems for an ordinary first or second course in number theory. The aim of the book is similar to that of Aufgaben und Lehrsatze aus der Analysis by Polya and Szego.

The book is written by hand in calligraphy by Gregory Maskarinec. A unique presentation.
Summary: A true treasure
Rating: 5

This is a wonderful book. Problem with hints and solutions which take you through familiar and unusual proofs in number theory. Often with alternate proofs. It is a shame that it is out of print. Give it to a bright and interested high school student and you may create a future mathematician.

AND it is hand written by the author in a beautiful caligraphic hand!


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