I'm about to do a test in a couple of days on a course titled "Topics in Pure and Experimental Maths". I was looking over some of the examples we have been given and I have utterly forgotten how to solve Diophantine Equations using Continued Fractions, could some one point me on the right track with this example please:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

83x + 259y = 1

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# Homework Help: Continued Fractions

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