This text provides a simple account of classical number theory, as well as some of the historical background in which the subject evolved. It is intended for use in a one-semester, undergraduate number theory course taken primarily by mathematics majors and students preparing to be secondary school teachers. Although the text was written with this audience in mind, very few formal prerequisites are required. Much of the text can be read by students with a sound background in high school mathematics.
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