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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...

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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).