Posted by **IrGens** at March 15, 2015

Course No. 1495 | .AVI, XviD, 1206 kbps, 624x480 | English, MP3, 128 kbps, 2 Ch | 24x30 mins | 6.63 GB

Posted by **insetes** at Dec. 20, 2015

1995 | 390 Pages | ISBN: 9401041261 | PDF | 11 MB

Posted by **bookwarrior** at Sept. 27, 2015

1995 | 390 Pages | ISBN: 9401041261 | PDF | 11 MB

Posted by **FenixN** at Sept. 17, 2015

Audio CDs in MP3 / English: MP3, 128 kb/s (2 ch) | Duration: 11:44:47 | ISBN-10: N/A | 2003 | 645 MB

How could an ancient king be tricked into giving his servant more than 671 billion tons of rice? It's all due to a simple but powerful calculation involving the sum of geometric progression – an important concept in number theory and just one of the fascinating concepts you'll encounter in An Introduction to Number Theory. Taught by veteran Teaching Company instructor Edward B. Burger, this 24-lecture course offers an exciting adventure into the world of numbers.

Posted by **insetes** at Aug. 6, 2015

1995 | 390 Pages | ISBN: 9401041261 | PDF | 11 MB

Posted by **nebulae** at July 19, 2015

English | ISBN: 1482214415 | 2014 | 572 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Posted by **bookwarrior** at June 26, 2015

1995 | 390 Pages | ISBN: 9401041261 | PDF | 14 MB

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Dec. 19, 2014

Published: 2006-10-26 | ISBN: 1852339179, 1849969590 | PDF | 297 pages | 2 MB

Posted by **Grev27** at Dec. 14, 2014

English | ISBN: 1466554649 | 2012 | PDF | 444 pages | 12 MB

Posted by **AlenMiler** at Sept. 4, 2014

The MIT Press; New edition | May 30, 1978 | English | ISBN: 0262690608 | 360 pages | PDF | 2 MB

The majority of students who take courses in number theory are mathematics majors who will not become number theorists. Many of them will, however, teach mathematics at the high school or junior college level, and this book is intended for those students learning to teach, In addition to a careful presentation of the standard material usually taught in a first course in elementary number theory, this book includes a chapter on quadratic fields which the author has designed to make students think about some of the "obvious" concepts they have taken for granted earlier.