Can anyone recommend any accessible number theory books? thanks

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- Dec 28th 2008, 01:25 PMJess89Number Theory problem
Can anyone recommend any accessible number theory books? thanks

- Dec 28th 2008, 03:06 PMLast_Singularity
If you are looking for an undergraduate text in number theory, you can try looking at this page:

Math 3320 Fall 2008

Download the course notes (chapters 0 to 3). Topics covered include quadratic forms, Diophantine equations, complex numbers, finding rational/integer points in geometric structures such as circles or hyperbolas, topographs, and so forth. - Dec 28th 2008, 04:03 PMPn0yS0ld13r
I found these very helpful also when studying number theory:

Lecture Notes

Elementary Number Theory

The IMO Compendium

Hope this helps! - Dec 29th 2008, 08:19 AMJess89
Thank you everyone :)) :D and a happy new year too!!

- Dec 29th 2008, 09:22 AMThePerfectHacker
If you looking for a great more advanced book you can read this.

I have this book and think it is awesome. - Dec 30th 2008, 01:07 PMpeteryellow
You can also search on google and get free books in number theory in djvu format. If you are looking for books in algebaric number theory then there are two good book, I can recommend.

Algebraic number theory by Ian Stewart, and Tall.

Introductory algebraic number theory by Saban Alaca, and Kenneth S. Williams.