International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences

International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences / 2001 / Article

Open Access

Volume 28 |Article ID 962493 | 5 pages |

On the Diophantine equation x3=dy2±q6

Received21 Dec 2000


Let q>3 denote an odd prime and d a positive integer without any prime factor p1(mod3). In this paper, we have proved that if (x,q)=1, then x3=dy2±q6 has exactly two solutions provided q±1(mod24).

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