- 6 Hecke operators Recall the conjecture of Ramanujan that (mn) = (m)(n) for m, n relatively prime. While this
- 5 Dimensions of spaces of modular forms As indicated in the introduction and the last chapter, we would like to know that a given space of
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- 7 Quadratic Integers In the last chapter, we used unique factorization in Z[i] to study sums of squares. Here we give a
- 7 L-functions One of the main themes in modern number theory, is to associate to various objects (number fields,
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- 3 Zeta and L-functions In this section we will use analytic methods to (i) develop a formula for class numbers, and (ii)
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- 3 The Poincar upper half-plane There are two basic kinds of non-Euclidean geometry: spherical and hyperbolic. Spherical geometry
- [Ahl78] Lars V. Ahlfors. Complex analysis. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, third edition, 1978. An introduction to the theory of analytic functions of one complex variable, International
- 10.1 The ring axioms Definition 10.1. Let R be a set with two binary operations, addition + : R R R and multipli-
- The presentation here is somewhat different than the text. In particular, the sections do not match We have seen issues with the failure of unique factorization already, e.g., Z[
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- 2 Primes in extensions This chapter is about the following basic question: given an extension of number fields L/K and
- 5 Non-unique factorizations In this chapter we briefly discuss some aspects of non-unique factorization, ending with an applica-
- In this, the final part of the course, we will introduce the notions of local and global viewpoints of number theory, which began with the notion of p-adic numbers. (p as usual denote a rational prime.)
- 7 Quadratic forms in n variables In order to understand quadratic forms in n variables over Z, one is let to study quadratic forms
- Adles and idles were introduced in the early 20th century as an approach to class field theory, which may be viewed as a vast generalization of quadratic reciprocity. First we introduce the notion
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- 9 Quadratic Reciprocity 9.1 Primes x2
- 2 The Euclidean algorithm Do you understand the number 5? 6? 7? At some point our level of comfort with individual
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- As needed, I will periodically update these references throughout the semester. [BorevichShafarevich] Borevich, A. I.; Shafarevich, I. R. Number theory. Translated from the Russian by Newcomb
- 12 Prime ideals Again, the presentation here is somewhat different than the text. In particular, the sections do not
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- 3 Congruence arithmetic 3.1 Congruence mod n
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- 5 The Pell equation 5.1 Side and diagonal numbers
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- 3 A summary of local representation theory for GL(2) All representations from now on will be on a complex vector space. Some references are Gel-
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