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A little background on me. I have just finished my freshman year of high school, and this was my first book on number theory. However, I have read many other math texts. In the beginning of the book there are some new concepts introduced, but they are not too hard to understand. The middle is refreshing as it involves a lot of calculus, which the student is most likely familiar with. The latter part consists of a variety of new ideas, and the theorems can get quite lengthy. I do not fully understand all of them myself. The book is well written and also includes the history of many mathematical problems.
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