Year of Award
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
College of Arts & Sciences
Math and Computer Science
Pythagorean, Euclid, Arithmetics, Fermat
Diophantine equations come in all shapes and sizes. In my paper I will try to give the reader a sufficient sampling of Diophantine equations in order to give him a good idea of what is meant by such an equation. My purpose is to explain what they are, how they were developed, and what it involves to solve one.
Kestly, Cathy, "Diophantine Equations" (1968). Theses, Dissertations, and Capstone Projects. 77.
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