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- D. Bressoud and S. Wagon, A course in computational number theory, Key College Publishing, 2000. MR 2001f:11200 [Designed as a lively one semester introduction to number theory, motivated by computational problems, and illustrated with Mathematica programs (CD ROM included). Chapter titles: 1. Fundamentals; 2. Congruences, equations, and powers; 3. Euler's φ fnction; 4. Prime numbers; 5. Some applications; 6. Quadratic congruences; 7. Continued fractions; 8. Prime testing with Lucas sequences; 9. Prime imaginaries and imaginary primes. Appendicies: A. Mathematica basics; B. Lucas certificates exist]