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I'm interested in Number Theory and have seen a few simple proofs/concepts related to Number Theory but at moment I have no other reference.

Could somebody recommend me a Number Theory which will teach it as it's taught when you start university.

I've done an A-Level in Maths in case you're wondering my level of education. So I don't want a book with the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem in the introductory chapter nor do I want an introduction to counting.

Thanks in Advance

Tom

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# Beginning Number Theory

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