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Discriminant Equations in Diophantine Number Theory (Hardcover) (Jan-hendrik Evertse)

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Solve a Linear Diophantine Equation

How to Solve a Linear Diophantine Equation. A Diophantine equation is an algebraic equation with the additional restriction that we are only concerned with solutions in which the variables are integers. In general, there are many...


The Magic Formula, explained: The Magic Formula, also known as the Diophantine Equation, helps chart patterns in the area of necklines, set-in sleeves, shoulder shaping, increases and decreases and more. It is actually used very often when charting a pattern as you rarely are able to have whole numbers when dividing stitches into rows. A lot of the times you have a left over, like 2.88 (the .88).