This book is intended for an introductory course in number theory, primarily taken by mathematics majors. The author wrote the text with four main goals in mind. He wrote a book that is both easy to read and easy to teach from. The author also aims to ease students into using proofs, and to develop a self-confidence in mathematics surrounding the difficulty of mathematical proof. Although the main users of this text will be mathematics students, a large audience could easily use the book.
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Titles of related interest from Waveland Press: Long, Elementary Introduction to Number Theory, Third Edition (ISBN 9780881338362) and Strayer, Elementary Number Theory (ISBN 9781577662242).From the Back Cover:
"The book is excellent. There is a good mix of routine and more challenging problems. The exposition is very good, too. Students found the book very user-friendly." -- Phillip Lestmann, Bryan College
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