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I have no knowledge of number theory

by chhitiz
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chhitiz
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Feb23-11, 09:04 AM
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hi,
i have only basic knowledge of number theory, but would like to know a hell lot, like maths major level or something(especially about fractals). is there any good site where i could?

and please don't suggest wikipedia.
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Buri
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Feb23-11, 09:13 AM
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Honestly, I doubt you'd find math major level learning sites for Number Theory. But if you like you could take a look at Elementary Number theory by Jones and Jones. Its a SUMS springer book, so it has solutions at the back for every problem. Maybe after something like that you could read Tom Apostols Introduction to Analytic Number Theory.
rummgamon
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Mar7-11, 02:14 AM
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Your description of "basic knowledge of number theory" is a little bit vague. It would be easier to recommend books/sites if we know more about your background.
This probably isn't what you're after but here's a link to some "cute" stuff in Number Theory http://www.mathpages.com/home/inumber.htm

ramsey2879
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Mar9-11, 06:31 PM
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I have no knowledge of number theory

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hi,
i have only basic knowledge of number theory, but would like to know a hell lot, like maths major level or something(especially about fractals). is there any good site where i could?

and please don't suggest wikipedia.
See http://mathworld.wolfram.com/search/?query=Fractals
See http://mathworld.wolfram.com/topics/NumberTheory.html
sachinism
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Mar9-11, 08:29 PM
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try studying the book Higher algebra by davenport
sachinism
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Mar9-11, 08:30 PM
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more than websites, books do u a lot of good, pm me if u want the ebook download link
mathwonk
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Mar9-11, 10:53 PM
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try the book by van den eynden.


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