I came across a problem involving a certain Diophantine equation a few days ago. How to react to some students who book an appointment and do not show up? user contributions licensed under cc by-sa. rev Get this from a library! An introduction to diophantine equations: a problem-based approach. [Titu Andreescu; D Andrica; Ion Cucurezeanu] -- This problem-solving book is an introduction to the study of Diophantine equations, a class of equations in which only integer solutions are allowed. The material is organized in two parts: Part I. V.G. Sprindzhuk, "The metric theory of Diophantine approximations", Current problems of analytic number theory, Minsk () pp. – (In Russian) [3] N.I. Fel'dman, "Estimates of linear forms in logarithms of algebraic numbers, and some applications of them", Current problems of analytic number theory, Minsk () pp. – (In. contains problems involving principally algebra and arithmetic, although several of the problems are of a type meant only to encourage the development of logical thought (see, for example, problems ). The problems are grouped into twelve separate sections. The last four sections (Complex Numbers, Some Problems from Number Theory.

This book contains research articles on Diophantine Geometry, Christopher Deninger and Niko Naumann -- Diophantine problems related to discriminants and resultants of binary forms \/ Attila Berczes, Some results in the analogue of Nevanlinna theory and Diophantine approximations \/ Junjiro Noguchi. We shall confine our attention to some problems which are interesting though not of central importance. One such problem is the Diophantine equation \(n! + 1 = x^2\) mentioned in an earlier section. The problem dates back to when H. Brochard conjectured that the only solutions are \(4!+1 = 52, 5!+1 = \) and \(7!+1 = \). this volume. The book offers solutions to a multitude of –Diophantine equation proposed by Florentin Smarandache in previous works [Smaran-dache, , b, ] over the past two decades. The expertise in tack-ling Number Theory problems with the aid of mathematical software such. Titu’s contributions to numerous textbooks and problem books are recognized worldwide. Dorin Andrica received his Ph.D in from "Babes ̧-Bolyai" University in Cluj-Napoca, Romania; his thesis treated critical points and applications to the geometry of differentiable submanifolds. Professor Andrica has been chairman of the Department of.

Transcendence and Diophantine Problems Conference in memory of Professor Naum Ilyitch Feldman ( - ) Moscow, June 10 - J Program and Abstract Book. I am not sure at what philosophical level this question is asked, but I will try to answer with my thoughts on this. When you take one number and perform some operations (eg addition or multiplication or exponentiation or modulus), there can be n.