2 edition of Some results in the geometry of numbers. found in the catalog.
Some results in the geometry of numbers.
L. E. Clarke
1953 in [Cambridge? .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||104|
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With many exercises, this book can be used as a text for a first course in number theory or for a subsequent course on arithmetic (or diophantine) geometry at the junior-senior level. The book provides a broad view of these subjects at the level of calculus, without being a calculus book.
Its roots are in arithmetic and geometry, the two opposite poles of mathematics, and the source of historic conceptual by: Book: An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers (Moser) (), then we shall discuss some generalizations and applications of this theorem, and finally we shall investigate some new results and conjectures that are closely related.
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Little mathematical expertise is required beyond an acquaintance with those objects and with some basic results in geometry. Geometry of numbers in its proper sense was formulated by H. Minkowski in in his fundamental monograph. The starting point of this science, which subsequently became an independent branch of number theory, is the fact (already noted by Minkowski) that certain assertions which seem evident in the context of figures in an -dimensional.
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An axiomatic description of it is in Sections, and The purpose of this book is to demonstrate that complex numbers and geometry can be blended together beautifully.
This results in easy proofs and natural generalizations of many theorems in plane geometry, such as the Napoleon theorem, the Ptolemy-Euler theorem, the Simson theorem, and the Morley by: Geometry of numbers is the part of number theory which uses geometry for the study of algebraic lly, a ring of algebraic integers is viewed as a lattice in, and the study of these lattices provides fundamental information on algebraic numbers.
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The authors gradually lead up to the theorems of Minkowski and others who succeeded him.5/5(1). Geometry of Complex Numbers. subjects are considerable and the present book is a strong proof of such a statement.
The results reveal some of. They seem to be mostly about geometry and have little on the theory of equations in comparison with Parsonson and Ferrar. Andreescu and Andrica's book is very focused on using complex numbers to do coordinate geometry (including cases where this results in pages' worth of calculations), and it comes with solutions to the exercises.
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