Algebraic number theory

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The first page of Disqvisitiones arithmethicae, a famous work on aithmetic number theory, by Carl Friedrich Gauss.

Algebraic number theory is a branch of number theory that uses algebra to study numbers, and their properties. Examples of algebraic number theory are that Diophantine equations can be used to solve problems of number theory. Galois groups are also useful.