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Surfing on the ocean of numbers

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Surfing on the ocean of numbers
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Publisher: Erhus University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 187958557X
ISBN-13: 9781879585577
Number of pages: 76

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In this book, Henry Ibstedt takes us on a journey where computers are used to explore the solutions to some simple problems in number theory. Very little is proven in the book, the emphasis is on the statement of a problem and the examination of the solutions for numbers in a selected range. Many of the problems are in the very hard to impossible category, although you never really know about problems in number theory.

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