© Presses Universitaires de Prance, Paris, 1997
Translated from the French by Philip G. Spain
2000 Mathematics Subject Classification. Primary l l N x x , 11N05;
Secondary 11-01, 11A41, HMxx.
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Tenenbaum, Gerald.
[Nombres premiers. French]
The prime numbers and their distribution / Gerald Tenenbaum, Michel Mer
Prance ; translated by Philip G. Spain.
p. cm. (Student mathematical library, ISSN 1520-9121 ; v. 6)
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 0-8218-1647-0 (soft cover : alk. paper)
1. Numbers, Prime. I. Mendes Prance, Michel. 1936- II. Title. III. Ser
QA246.T3614 2000
512/.72—dc21
00-020
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