I am doing a course called 'Number Theory'. It is an introductory course to the subject and some if not most of it is based on the book(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

'Number theory with computer applications'

by Ramanjuachary Kumandari and Christina Romero (1998).

Anyone have any experince with this book? If so do you recommand that I purchase it to include in my own personal library for future reference?

Thanks

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# Good Number theory book?

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