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### Using the circle method to prove that there are no solutions to diophantine equaltions

Would it be possible to use the circle method to prove that there are no solutions to certain diophantine equations. For example, could one use the circle method to prove the fact that there are no ...

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### Rational solutions of equations of the form $y^2 x = f(x)$

Let $k$ be any number field, and suppose we want to study the $k$-rational points on
$$y^2 x = f(x),$$ where $f$ is a polynomial of degree greater or equal than 3. In other words, $y^2 x = f(x)$ is a ...

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### On unique solutions to linear diophantine equations

Let $\sum_{i=1}^k a_ix_i = N$ be the equation with $a_i \in [2^t,2^{t+1}]$ being distinct primes. If we seek unique solutions $x_i\in R_i = (0,a_i)\cap \Bbb Z$, then in general it is not possible.
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### Diophantine: a^n + b^n + c^n = d^n and a^n + b^n = c^n + d^n

Let us consider the equation $a^n+b^n=c^n$ for positive integers $a,b,c$ and $n\ge 2$. The $n=2$ case has a well-known and beautiful parametrization known as Pythagorean triples. Fermat's Last Theorem ...

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### Diophantine equation solutions

I am not able to make headway on solving the diophantine equation $x^m - y^n = 6.$ Are there any solutions to this? What about $x^m - y^n = 14,$ and $= 30$ (both $m$ and $n$ are at least $2$).

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### how do you bound exponent of x^2+1=y^p

for p a prime exponent using linear forms in logs?
So far I have (x-i)(x+i)=y^p which are coprime and hence x+i=(a+ib)^p , now how do I get a linear form in logs so that I can find an upper bound on ...

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### Exponential Diophantine $\prod x_i^{e_{x_i}} + \prod y_i^{e_{y_i}} = \prod z_i^{e_{z_i}}$ ,$e_{x_i}>3,e_{y_i}>3,e_{z_i}>3$

Does the exponential diophantine equation
$$ \prod x_i^{e_{x_i}} + \prod y_i^{e_{y_i}} = \prod z_i^{e_{z_i}}$$
with $x_i, y_i,z_i$ coprime and $e_{x_i}>3,e_{y_i}>3,e_{z_i}>3$ have ...

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### When is $Pn^2-2an+\frac{a^2-k}{P}$ , with $P$ Prime, $k=a^2 mod P$, a square?

It is easy to show that the following problems are equivalent.
a. When is $Pn^2-2an+\frac{a^2-k}{P}$ , with $P$ Prime, $k=a^2 mod P$, and $n$ any integer, a square?
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b. When is $X^2-PY^2=k$ ...