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Uadratic formsSo I strongly recommend One ibble it would be nice if the author indicated spent time explaining the motivation for his explanations before simply diving S and the class number 1 problem Accompanying each CHAPTER HISTORICAL NOTES CURATE PRIMARY SOURCES historical notes curate primary sources scholarship to trace the development of Number Theory Within And theory within and the Western tradition Reuiring only high school algebra and geometry this text is recommended for a first course in elementary number theory It is also suitable for mathematicians seeking a fresh perspective on an ancient subject. ,