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CARMICHAEL, ROBERT D. - The Theory of Relativity.

NY, Wiley 1920. Octavo, very good in publisher's cloth; 112pp. Mathematical Monographs No. 12. ¶ Second edition, first published in 1913 it is here updated with a substantial new chapter on the general theory. Carmichael is celebrated by having his own numbers (Carmichael numbers of course). These are numbers which either relate or don't relate to Fermat's little theorem (I haven't quite grasped the finer details yet); and while once there were thought to be be very few Carmichael numbers it has been recently shown there are an infinite number of them. Very satisfying to have an infinite amount of your own numbers I would think.
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