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Number Theory is the Area called by Carl Friedrich Gauss “the queen of mathematics”. One must give
Gauss a considerable amount of credit here. Paranthetically, in 1796 at the age of
nineteen, Gauss decided to dedicate his life to mathematics after he has shown how
a regular polygon of seventeen sides can be constructed with a straight edge and a
collapsible compass.

We end this introduction with two examples of such striking facts in number theory
whose statemets are nevertheless easy enough to understand. The first is an exercise


which, for convincing one of its validity, it requires just a little algebra. Interesting enough is the fact that it shows that $2^{2^{n}}+1$ is not a prime number for all $n \in \mathbb{N}$ (as Fermat predicted and gave Euler’s the opportunity to show off with his calculatorial powers by giving this counterexample).

The second is a theorem of Hurwitz from 1891:

Theorem 0.0.1. For every irrational number $x$ there exist infinitely many pairs of integers $p$ and $q,$ such that
\left|x-\frac{p}{q}\right| \leq \frac{1}{\sqrt{5} q^{2}}
The constant $\frac{1}{\sqrt{5}}$ is the best possible in the sense that if we replace it by something smaller, say $C^{0}>0,$ then there are infinitely many irrationals $x,$ for which only finitely many pairs of integers $p$ and $q$ satisfy
\left|x-\frac{p}{q}\right| \leq \frac{C}{q^{2}}

Huwritz’s theorem is a very interesting theorem. An important point is that this theorem is sharp. $\frac{\sqrt{5}-1}{2}$ is an example of making this theorem equal, the proof of this theorem The idea is to analyze the proof process of Dirichlet’s theorem in more detail, and then do some classification discussions.

Finally, number theory abounds in old an new conjectures but one can come up easily with his own. A good reference for lots and lots of interesting and dramatic conjectures or facts in this area is R. Guy, Unsolved Problems in Number Theory. One of the million dollar conjectures or millennium problems is at the intersection of number theory and complex analysis. It is known as the Riemann Hypothesis. A reformulation of it is to show that ( A. Granville and G. Martin, Prime number races, American Mathematical
Monthly, vol 113, No 1, 2006.)

$\mid \int_{1}^{x} \frac{1}{\ln t} d t-\#\{p \mid p$ is prime such that $p \leq x\} \mid \leq \sqrt{x} \ln x,$ for $x \geq 3$.
Let us conclude with the observation that the topics of number theory are basically at the heart and very good introductions to other, more abstract and technical, branches of mathematics.

For the prime number theorem, many people have conducted extensive research on him. The first person to get a result is Dirichlet (not to solve the prime number theorem, but to promote it!):

Dirichlet’s remark from the first paper is extracted and translated on page 98 of The Development of Prime Number Theory by Narkiewicz. So this has not passed completely unnoticed. Narkiewicz remarks that Dirichlet believed that his analytic methods would enable him to prove Legendre’s conjecture, and that Dirichlet never returned to the problem.
Dirichlet remained interested in the asymptotic growth laws (“Asymptotische Gesetze”) of arithmetic functions for the rest of his life, as seen from his 1849 paper with the estimate

The idea of proving PNT by complex analysis

\sum_{n \leq x} d(n)=x \log (x)+(2 \gamma-1) x+O\left(x^{1 / 2}\right)
and a couple of other estimates, and a letter of 1858 to Kronecker reprinted in Dirichlet’s Werke, where he mentions having obtained a substantial improvement of the error term $O\left(x^{1 / 2}\right)$ by a new method.

Since Dirichlet demonstrably did not lose interest in such questions, and never returned to the PNT in print, it seems reasonable to believe that he discovered that his real-variable method would not yield the PNT.

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Elementary topics in number theory: arithmetic functions; polynomials over the residue classes modulo m, characters on the residue classes modulo m; quadratic reciprocity law, representation of numbers as sums of squares.

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Divisibility, congruences, numerical functions, theory of primes. Topics selected: Diophantine analysis, continued fractions, partitions, quadratic fields, asymptotic distributions, additive problems.

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这是三门课程系列中的第一门,这是对代数和解析数论的入门。 A部分将讨论数字字段的基本属性:它们的整数环,唯一因式分解及其失败,类编号,狄利克雷单位定理,素数分裂,环原子场等。也将重点放在计算工具上,特别是SageMath和LMFDB。 (在2021年冬季,我将教授数学204B,它将涵盖更高级的主题。在2021年春季,克劳斯·索伦森将教授数学204C。)

根据COVID-19大流行和UCSD校园法规,本课程将以完全远程的形式提供。讲座将通过Zoom进行现场直播,并记录下来以供异步观看。办公时间将通过Zoom进行;我还计划在可能的情况下提供面对面的办公时间。 (如果出于移民原因,您打算将此课程用作面对面课程,请与我联系以获取指导。)

This is the first in a series of three courses, which is an introduction to algebraic and analytic number theory. Part A will treat the basic properties of number fields: their rings of integers, unique factorization and its failure, class numbers, the Dirichlet unit theorem, splitting of primes, cyclotomic fields, and more. There will also be an emphasis on computational tools, particularly SageMath and the LMFDB. (In winter 2021 I will teach Math 204B, which will cover more advanced topics. In spring 2021, Claus Sorensen will teach Math 204C.)

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and UCSD campus regulations, this course will be offered in a fully remote format. Lectures will be delivered live via Zoom, and also recorded for asynchronous viewing. Office hours will be held via Zoom; I also plan to offer in-person office hours to the extent possible. (If you were planning on using this course as an in-person course for immigration reasons, contact me for guidance.)

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