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    Good number theory website?

    I'm after a good number theory website that is comprehensible and understandable for university student.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khonics89 View Post
    I'm after a good number theory website that is comprehensible and understandable for university student.

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    What type of number theory? If it's elementary number theory, check out: Coursenotes - Math 453
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    MIT have a curious service which allows anyone to read their course notes online. See here for a course entitled `Theory of Numbers', or here for all the available maths courses.
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    These websites covers number theory in a comprehensive way:

    11A: Elementary number theory

    11: Number theory
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