Theses and Capstone Projects

Year of Award

1968

College

College of Arts & Sciences

Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

Department

Math and Computer Science

Keywords

Pythagorean, Euclid, Arithmetics, Fermat

Abstract

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.

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