Problem 1215. Diophantine Equations (Inspired by Project Euler, problem 66)
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Informaton on 3 May 2017
How exactly does, "6492 – 13×1802 = 1", as given in the example?
James on 8 May 2017
The 2s at the end of 649 and 180 used to be superscripts. I'm not quite sure when that changed, but it is fixed now. Thanks for the heads up on that.
Informaton on 18 Aug 2017
No problem. Thanks for the fix!
Rafael S.T. Vieira on 22 Jun 2020
Some tips. Continued fractions are the main way for finding the fundamental solutions to Pell's equations. And square roots have patterns in continued fractions.
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