# An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers

@article{E1946AnIT, title={An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers}, author={T. E.}, journal={Nature}, year={1946}, volume={157}, pages={390-390} }

THIS book must be welcomed most warmly into X the select class of Oxford books on pure mathematics which have reached a second edition. It obviously appeals to a large class of mathematical readers. One reason for this is clear. Any mathematician, not necessarily an expert in theory of numbers, can start almost anywhere id the book and turn over a few pages, and find a discussion of some problem which he can understand, and which is solved by elementary arguments in a comparatively short space… CONTINUE READING

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