For example, there is a book titled "Synopsis of Elementary Results in Pure and Applied Mathematics: Containing Propositions, Formulae, And Methods Of Analysis, With Abridged Demonstrations" (Cambridge Library Collection - Mathematics) by George Shoobridge Carr, which I am told consists of theorem without proof, mostly.

Is there similar type of book on number theory, abstract algebra which mainly consists of theorems/results?



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