I was recently thinking about these diophantine equations. I'm looking for solutions (x,y) in integers with d as an integer also. I have found that whenever d is a perfect cube, the equation has finitely many solutions. However, I can't seem to figure anything else out regarding equations of this type. Any ideas?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Sincerely,

Mathguy

EDITh, and i don't know any advanced mathematics except for some linear algebra and bits and pieces of abstract algebra. So, please don't overwhelm this mere high schooler. Thanks

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# Diophantine equations of the form x^3-dy^3=1

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