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An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers, Sixth Edition
Read more and get great! That's what the book enPDFd an introduction to the theory of numbers 5th edition will give for every reader to read this book. This is an on-line book provided in thisExpand
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Integer Sets Containing No Arithmetic Progressions
lfh and k are positive integers there exists N(h, k) such that whenever N ^ N(h, k), and the integers 1,2,...,N are divided into h subsets, at least one must contain an arithmetic progression ofExpand
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The density of rational points on cubic surfaces
NF (P ) = N(P ) = #{x ∈ Z4 : F (x) = 0, |x| ≤ P}, where |x| is the Euclidean length of x. This paper is concerned with the behaviour of N(P ) as P tends to infinity. It is clear that if the surface FExpand
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The size of Selmer groups for the congruent number problem, II
where Np is the number of solutions of the congruence y ≡ x −D2x (mod p). Then LD(s) has an analytic continuation as an entire function on the complex plane. The conjecture of Birch andExpand
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Cubic forms in 14 variables
The result can be rephrased in geometric language to say that any projective cubic hypersurface defined over Q, of dimension at least 12, has a Q-point. Davenport’s result was extended to arbitraryExpand
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for any e > 0. This estimate has had many applications, for example to sharpenings of the Brun-Titchmarsh theorem on primes in arithmetic progressions. Burgess' bound (2) is weaker than the trivialExpand
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