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By J. W. S. Cassels

This tract units out to provide a few inspiration of the elemental suggestions and of a few of the main amazing result of Diophantine approximation. a variety of theorems with entire proofs are awarded, and Cassels additionally presents an exact creation to every bankruptcy, and appendices detailing what's wanted from the geometry of numbers and linear algebra. a few chapters require wisdom of components of Lebesgue idea and algebraic quantity idea. this can be a worthy and concise textual content aimed toward the final-year undergraduate and first-year graduate scholar.

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