Multiplicative Number Theory

@inproceedings{Davenport1967MultiplicativeNT,
  title={Multiplicative Number Theory},
  author={Harold Davenport},
  year={1967}
}
From the contents: Primes in Arithmetic Progression.- Gauss' Sum.- Cyclotomy.- Primes in Arithmetic Progression: The General Modulus.- Primitive Characters.- Dirichlet's Class Number Formula.- The Distribution of the Primes.- Riemann's Memoir.- The Functional Equation of the L Function.- Properties of the Gamma Function.- Integral Functions of Order 1.- The Infinite Products for xi(s) and xi(s,Zero-Free Region for zeta(s).- Zero-Free Regions for L(s, chi).- The Number N(T).- The Number N(T, chi… 

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