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Diophantine equation with primitive nth root of unity
I mean $\chi = \xi$. |
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Diophantine equation with primitive nth root of unity
@Abhinav Kumar: Thanks a lot! You are right, so the problem now is if it is possible that $(-(\chi^k-1)/(\chi-1))^n = \pm 2$ (I think not) and, as you tell, this implies $\sqrt[n]{\pm 2} \in \mathbb{Q}(\chi)$. |
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Solved cubic Thue equation
@Beenakker I know that a computer program like Mathematica can solve my equation, however I prefer to find some reference in the literature because I need to solve this equation in an article of mine - and I think that many referees do not like the use of Mathematica in this way. |
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The diophantine equation X^2 - Y^2 - Z^2 = +- 1
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The diophantine equation X^2 - Y^2 - Z^2 = +- 1
@GH Thank you! Your answer is very helpful. I have added a P.S. to my answer. |
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Irrationality measure of formal power series
@Gjergji Zaimi Thanks. I read that paper, however seems to me that they invented this notion of irrationality measure and no reference is given, about a general theory of it. |
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References for the result that $\sqrt{n}$ is equidistributed mod 1
@Rivin: See here isibang.ac.in/~sury/weyl.pdf |
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References for the Poincaré-Cartan forms
All right. The strange thing is that my colleague had told me that the Poincaré-Cartan form was invented after the mid-20th century, so I can definitely say that he is wrong. |