The Theory

of Numbers

of Numbers

Numerous problems are supplied throughout the text. These have been Selected with great care so as to serve as excel lent exercises for the Student's introductory training in the methods of number theory and to afford at the same time a further Collection of useful results. The exercises marked with a star are more difficult than the others; they will doubtless appeal to the best students.

PIBN | 10502242 |

ISBN | 978-1-333-42036-9 |

ISBN (Hardcover) | 978-0-265-40490-4 |

Language | English |

Category | Algebra |

Pages | 97 |

Words | 20304 |

Vocabulary | 658 |

History of

the Theory

of NumbersQuadratic and Higher Forms

Vol. 3

the Theory

of NumbersQuadratic and Higher Forms

Vol. 3

The Messenger

of MathematicsMay, 1922 April, 1923

Vol. 52

of MathematicsMay, 1922 April, 1923

Vol. 52

Advanced

Course in

Algebra

Course in

Algebra

The Theory

of Numbers

of Numbers

The Messenger

of MathematicsMay, 1916 April, 1917

Vol. 46

of MathematicsMay, 1916 April, 1917

Vol. 46

Diophantus

of AlexandriaA Study in the History

of Greek Algebra

of AlexandriaA Study in the History

of Greek Algebra

The Laws

of AlgebraAn Elementary Course

in Algebraic Theory

of AlgebraAn Elementary Course

in Algebraic Theory

The

Foundations

of Geometry

Foundations

of Geometry

Complex Roots

of Polynomial

Equations

of Polynomial

Equations

The Cyclotomic

Quinary

Quintic

Quinary

Quintic

AlgebraAn Elementary Text-Book for the Higher

Classes of Secondary Schools and for Colleges

Vol. 1

Classes of Secondary Schools and for Colleges

Vol. 1

Rapid

ArithmeticQuick and Special Methods in Arithmetical

Calculation, Together With a Collections

of Puzzles and Curiosities of Numbers

ArithmeticQuick and Special Methods in Arithmetical

Calculation, Together With a Collections

of Puzzles and Curiosities of Numbers

The Quarterly

Journal of Pure

and Applied

Mathematics, 1895

Vol. 27

Journal of Pure

and Applied

Mathematics, 1895

Vol. 27

On the Study

and Difficulties

of Mathematics

and Difficulties

of Mathematics

Elementary

Theory of

Numbers

Theory of

Numbers

Archimedes

Mathematics for

the Practical ManExplaining Simply and Quickly All the

Elements of Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry,

Logarithms, Coordinate Geometry, Calculus

the Practical ManExplaining Simply and Quickly All the

Elements of Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry,

Logarithms, Coordinate Geometry, Calculus

The Complete

AlgebraEmbracing Simple and Quadratic Equations, Proportion and

the Progressions, With an Elementary and Practical View of

Logarithms; A Brief Treatment of Numerical Higher Equations; And

a Chapter on the Business Rules of Arithmetic Treated Algebraically

AlgebraEmbracing Simple and Quadratic Equations, Proportion and

the Progressions, With an Elementary and Practical View of

Logarithms; A Brief Treatment of Numerical Higher Equations; And

a Chapter on the Business Rules of Arithmetic Treated Algebraically

An

Invitation to

Mathematics

Invitation to

Mathematics

Lectures on

Elementary

Mathematics

Elementary

Mathematics

Proceedings

of the London

Mathematical SocietyApril, 1899, to December, 1899

Vol. 31

of the London

Mathematical SocietyApril, 1899, to December, 1899

Vol. 31

Numbers

SymbolizedAn Elementary Algebra

SymbolizedAn Elementary Algebra

Indian

Mathematics

Mathematics

Linear

Algebras

Algebras

The Cambridge

Colloquium 1916Analysis Situs

Vol. 2

Colloquium 1916Analysis Situs

Vol. 2

An Elementary

Course in

Differential

Equations

Course in

Differential

Equations

Geometry and

TrigonometryGeometry, Plane Trigonometry,

Natural Trigonometric Functions,

Logarithmic Trigonometric Functions

TrigonometryGeometry, Plane Trigonometry,

Natural Trigonometric Functions,

Logarithmic Trigonometric Functions

The

Elements

of Algebra

Elements

of Algebra

The American

Mathematical

Monthly

Vol. 21

Mathematical

Monthly

Vol. 21

A Treatise on

the Theory

of Invariants

the Theory

of Invariants

Primitive

Groups

Vol. 1

Groups

Vol. 1

A History

of Greek

MathematicsFrom Thales to Euclid

Vol. 1

of Greek

MathematicsFrom Thales to Euclid

Vol. 1

Elements

of AlgebraTranslated From the French, With the Notes of

Bernoulli, and the Additions of M. De La Grange

of AlgebraTranslated From the French, With the Notes of

Bernoulli, and the Additions of M. De La Grange

Transactions of

the American

Mathematical

Society

Vol. 24

the American

Mathematical

Society

Vol. 24

Algebra for

Beginners

Beginners

Proceedings

of the London

Mathematical SocietyMay 1902 to January 1903

Vol. 35

of the London

Mathematical SocietyMay 1902 to January 1903

Vol. 35

Famous Geometrical

Theorems

and ProblemsWith Their History

Theorems

and ProblemsWith Their History

The Cambridge

Colloquium 1916Part 1, Functionals and Their Applications

Selected Topics, Including Integral Equations

Vol. 1

Colloquium 1916Part 1, Functionals and Their Applications

Selected Topics, Including Integral Equations

Vol. 1

Elements of

Algebraic

Geometry

Algebraic

Geometry

Elementary

Theory of

Equations

Theory of

Equations

Differential

and Integral

Calculus

and Integral

Calculus

Elements

of Vector

Algebra

of Vector

Algebra

The Texas

Mathematics

Teachers' BulletinMay 22, 1930

Vol. 14

Mathematics

Teachers' BulletinMay 22, 1930

Vol. 14

Multiple

Scattering in

One Dimension

Scattering in

One Dimension

The

Number-System

of AlgebraTreated Theoretically and Historically

Number-System

of AlgebraTreated Theoretically and Historically

An Introduction

to AlgebraBeing the First Part of a Course of

Mathematics, Adapted to the Method

of Instruction in the American Colleges

to AlgebraBeing the First Part of a Course of

Mathematics, Adapted to the Method

of Instruction in the American Colleges

Diophantine

Analysis

Analysis

American Journal

of Mathematics,

1901

Vol. 23

of Mathematics,

1901

Vol. 23

American Journal

of Mathematics,

1914

Vol. 36

of Mathematics,

1914

Vol. 36

The Philosophy of

Arithmetic (Considered as

a Branch of Mathematical

Science) And the

Elements of AlgebraDesigned for the Use of Schools, and in Aid of Private Instruction

Arithmetic (Considered as

a Branch of Mathematical

Science) And the

Elements of AlgebraDesigned for the Use of Schools, and in Aid of Private Instruction