This 3rd volume in the series History of the Theory of Numbers presents material related to Quadratic and Higher Forms. Volume III is mainly concerned with general theories rather than with special problems and special theorems. The investigations deal with the most advanced parts of the theory of numbers. 1919 edition.palt;10, 000. Tables (pp. 241-256) give for palt; 10, 000 the decompositions p=a:a#39;a Dy2(D:3, 6, 7, 10, 11), p=.a#39;v2+dya#39;(d:5, 6, 10) ... London Math. Soc., 24, 1893, 256- 262. 2Ad Lehrbuch der A_]g_ebra, 1895, I, 579-82, 593; ed. 2, 1898, I, 62aamp;632, 643.

Title | : | History of the Theory of Numbers, Volume III |

Author | : | Leonard Eugene Dickson |

Publisher | : | Courier Corporation - 2012-01-27 |

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