The Little Book of Bigger Primes
This book could have been called "Selections from the Book of Prime Number Records." However, I prefered the title which propelled you on the first place to open it, and perhaps (so I hope) to buy it! Richard K. Guy, with his winning ways, suggested the title to me, and I am grateful. But...
New York, NY
Springer New York
|Edition:||1st ed. 1991|
|Collection:||Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa|
- 1 How Many Prime Numbers Are There?
- 2 How to Recognize Whether a Natural Number is a Prime
- 3 Are There Functions Defining Prime Numbers?
- 4 How Are the Prime Numbers Distributed?
- 5 Which Special Kinds of Primes Have Been Considered?
- 6 Heuristic and Probabilistic Results about Prime Numbers
- Primes up to 10,000
- Index of Tables
- Index of Records
- Index of Names