Paul Erdős

Discover the brilliant world of number theory with this captivating translation of Erdös’s acclaimed book, Topics in the Theory of Numbers. Updated with new chapters and results, this edition is brought to life by the meticulous translation of Barry Guikuli and Romy Varga.

While the title might not give much away, this book explores various subareas of number theory. It presents recent findings in these areas, along with the groundbreaking work of Erdös. Don’t worry about your level of expertise; the authors start from the basics and gradually delve into advanced concepts.

Starting with ten vital facts in combinatorics and analysis, Topics in the Theory of Numbers.sets a solid foundation for the exciting journey ahead. However, the presentation could be improved. Sections and problem sets aren’t clearly distinguished, and the lack of section titles can be confusing. Nonetheless, these flaws are overshadowed by the valuable content.

Intended for undergraduate students, Topics in the Theory of Numbers. is sure to captivate anyone with an interest in number theory. Even if you’re not a fan of the subject, give it a chance and you might be surprised by the wonders of this profound field.