(The new course, Number Theory & Elliptic curve Cryptography will take place in Autumn 2007.
The spiffy Home-C (pdf), (the final project, done individually [typed]) is available. It is due 4PM, Friday, 27Apr2007. Please slide your write-up completely u n d e r my office door (Little Hall 402, Northeast corner) , then email me that you have done so. Have printed the above Checklist, and follow it carefully for your essays.
The fabulous Home-B (pdf), was due Thursday, 01March2007.
The Fascinating Class-B (pdf) was moved later to Monday, 26March. Please have brought lots of lined-paper and a calculator, since some of the numbers may have been large.
The wonderful Bonus-B (pdf), after the extension, was due Tuesday, 10Apr.
The joyous Home-A (pdf), exists.
General gaity and acclaim greeted the gorgeous Class-A (pdf) with its clean lines, and minimalistic two-tone format.
The various Number Theory czars who helped out.
Projector | Phone-list | Chalk | Blackboard | H-Probs | Time |
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Rebecca | Cameron | Charlye | Marshall | Jimmy-C & Dream | Cameron |
Our main textbook is Elementary Number Theory.
Author: | James K. Strayer | Copyright Year: | 1994 |
ISBN: | 978-1577662242 | Publisher: | Waveland (Reissue edition, blue & purple cover) |
OR ISBN: | 0-534-93672-5 | Publisher: | PWS Publishing (blue cover) |
The supplementary book we will use is A Computational Introduction to Number Theory and Algebra.
Author: | Victor Shoup | ISBN: | 0-521-85154-8 |
Year: | 2005 | Publisher: | Cambridge University Press |