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Excursions in number theory

C. Stanley Ogilvy

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Published
**1966**
by Oxford University Press in New York, London
.

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | [by] C.Stanley Ogilvy [and] John T.Anderson. |

Contributions | Anderson, John Timothy. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 168p.,ill.,22cm |

Number of Pages | 168 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL19235472M |

“It is a matter for considerable regret that Fermat, who cultivated the theory of numbers with so much success, did not leave us with the proofs of the theorems he truth, Messrs Euler and Lagrange, who have not disdained this kind of research, have proved most of these theorems, and have even substituted extensive theories for the isolated propositions of Fermat. Get this from a library! Computational Excursions in analysis and number theory. [Peter B Borwein] -- This book focuses on a variety of problems in number theory and analysis. The problems concern polynomials with integer coefficients and typically ask something about the size of the polynomial with.

Excursions in Number Theory. Written on Decem Written by cspice. I must say that this is one of the best books I have ever read. It is rare that an author of a mathematical book can make the text flow so smoothly and have all the math be so clear. I was stunned over and over at the amazing things that number theory contains. mation about number theory; see the Bibliography. The websites by Chris Caldwell [2] and by Eric Weisstein [13] are especially good. To see what is going on at the frontier of the subject, you may take a look at some recent issues of the Journal of Number Theory which you will ﬁnd in any university library.

This book offers an excursion into the world of number sequences, objects that occur widely all through Mathematics. Part I deals with the generating formula of a sequence, and Part II with individual sequences such as the squares, the cubes. "Excursions in Number Theory" Book Review? I'm in 10th grade and taking math 3 (precalculus). I was wondering wether this is a good book for beginners in number theory.

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Stanley Ogilvy's and John T. Anderson's enjoyable text only requires that readers have familiarity with algebra and have a penchant for by: Excursions in Number Theory book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

A splendidly written, well selected and presented colle /5. In sum, Excursions in Number Theory offers a splendid compromise between highly technical treatments inaccessible to lay readers and popular books with too little substance.

Its stimulating and challenging presentation of significant aspects of number theory may be read lightly for enjoyment or studied closely for an exhilarating mental : Dover Publications.

In sum, Excursions in Number Theory offers a splendid compromise between highly technical treatments inaccessible to lay readers and popular books with too little substance.

Its stimulating and challenging presentation of significant aspects of number theory may be read lightly for enjoyment or studied closely for an exhilarating mental challenge/5(67).

Computational Excursions in Analysis and Number Theory "Borwein has collected known results in the direction of several related, appealing, old, open problems (Integer Chebyshev, Prouhet-Tarry-Escott, Erdos-Szekeres, Littlewood).

Far from narrow, this interdisciplinary book draws on Diophantine, analytic, and probabilistic by: Challenging, accessible mathematical adventures involving prime numbers, number patterns, irrationals and iterations, calculating prodigies, and more.

No special training is needed, just high school mathematics and an inquisitive mind. "A splendidly written, well selected and presented collection. I recommend the book unreservedly to all readers." — Martin Gardner.

This is an introductory book in number theory that was published in as a popular math book, but in modern terms is somewhere between popular math and an introductory course. It assumes the reader is competent at high-school algebra (mostly polynomial equations) and radicals, but does not have any exercises and is not systematic.

In sum, Excursions in Number Theory offers a splendid compromise between highly technical treatments inaccessible to lay readers and popular books with too little substance. Its stimulating and challenging presentation of significant aspects of number theory may be read lightly for enjoyment or studied closely for an exhilarating mental challenge.

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Stanley (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(7). Computational Excursions in Analysis and Number Theory - Peter Borwein - Google Books This book is designed for a topics course in computational number theory. It is based around a number of.

Excursions in Number Theory (Oxford, publ. ; Dover reprint ) is a brief pleasure trip across the realm of number theory. Stanley Ogilvy's and John T. Anderson's enjoyable text only requires that readers have familiarity with algebra and have a penchant for puzzles/5(4).

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Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Number Theory became my favorite class this semester because of this book. Helped out so much and left little confusions!|12 of 12 people found the following review helpful.| The theory of numbers is an ancient and fascinating branch of mathematics that plays an important role in modern computer theory.

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EXCURSIONS IN NUMBER THEORY By John T. Anderson - Hardcover **Mint Condition**. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "An unabridged and slightly corrected republication of the work first published by Oxford University Press, New York, N.Y.

in ". Stanley Ogilvy is the author of Excursions in Number Theory ( avg rating, 72 ratings, 8 reviews, published ), Excursions in Geometry ( avg /5. Excursions in number theory. New York, Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C Stanley Ogilvy; John T Anderson.

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These problems, all of which lend themselves to extensive computational exploration, live at the interface of analysis, combinatorics and number theory so the techniques involved are diverse.