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    Hi, I am a newbie and I am trying to solve the "Introduction to number theory" by David M Burton.

    Since, the exercises and the concepts are really difficult and intriguing, I am not able to solve the problems, Since my query is related with number theory section, I thought to be right to ask my fellow members for any link to the online solutions for the exercises in the book. I shall be highly obliged I could get any help in this matter.Also, if the contents of this thread are inappropriate, or objectionable kindly guide me.


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    Are you studying this as part of a college/university course? If so then surely they would have answers available?

    I can't help you with a link for the answers, but if you post a question that you are stuck on, with the work you have managed to do so far, then someone on here will be able to help you solve it.
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