# Samir Siksek

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 Name Samir Siksek Member for 3 years Seen 12 hours ago Website Location Age
 Apr3 accepted How often do two powers of 2 equal two powers of 10 (when summed)? Apr3 answered How often do two powers of 2 equal two powers of 10 (when summed)? Mar7 answered Rational points on surfaces of general type Mar3 comment Binomial moments for the number of events occuringThanks! This paper looks interesting; I'll check it out. Mar3 answered Cubic Fields Up to Isomorphism Feb21 awarded ● Yearling Feb6 comment Decomposing irreducible polynomials with a prescribed condition - ExistenceObviously this doesn't work for linear $f$. Jan20 comment Square Roots of Unity modulo N^2Thanks---I've corrected it now. Jan20 revised Square Roots of Unity modulo N^2added 1 characters in body Jan18 accepted Square Roots of Unity modulo N^2 Jan18 answered Square Roots of Unity modulo N^2 Jan17 awarded ● Enthusiast Jan15 awarded ● Commentator Jan2 accepted Curves with infinitely many integral points consecutive Fibonacci numbers Jan2 comment Curves with infinitely many integral points consecutive Fibonacci numbersThe infinite sequence of points $(F_{2^n},F_{2^n+1})$ is on many curves $F(x,y)=0$. But all these curves have infinitely many points in common with $x^2+xy-y^2+1=0$. So the polynomials $F(x,y)$ and $x^2+xy-y^2+1$ have a non-constant common factor. Thus $x^2+xy-y^2+1$ divides $F$. Jan2 answered Curves with infinitely many integral points consecutive Fibonacci numbers Dec28 awarded ● Nice Answer Dec21 awarded ● Nice Answer Dec20 revised distance between powers of 2 and powers of 3deleted 98 characters in body Dec20 answered distance between powers of 2 and powers of 3