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It is known that the minimum solution of Pell's equation $x^2-dy^2=\pm1$ can be found expansion of d in from the continued fraction expansion of $\sqrt d$. Are there other methods for finding the minimum (or any other) solutions?

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Andrey123456789MethodsforsolvingPell'sequation?

It is known that the minimum solution of Pell's equation can be found expansion of d in the continued fraction. And Are there are other methods for finding the minimum (or any other) solutions.?

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It is known that the minimum solution of Pell's equation can be found expansion of d in the continued fraction. And there are other methods for finding the minimum (or any other) solutions.