By Ward M.
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Furthermore, by leaving blanks in the tables where new factors could be entered, by putting question marks on numbers of unknown character, and by giving credit to those who had discovered notable prime factors in the past, the authors stimulated work on the remaining composite numbers in the tables. In the Introduction to the tables, a somewhat unsatisfactory account of the multiplicative structure of bn ± 1 was given in a rather finicky notation and terminology. Many useful examples were given to illustrate how numbers of the different forms factor.
All in all, though, this pleasant and important little book—a labor of love—was and is much valued by those who are fortunate enough to own a copy. In the fifty years following 1925, some copies of these tables became so filled with inserted factors and other information that the present volume, which we consider to be an extension and an updating of the earlier tables, comes none too soon. Many new prime factors have been discovered in the last thirty years through the use of computers and by new methods of factoring and primality testing.
General Arithmetic by Ward M.