Determine all heltallösningar the Diophantine equationhttps://webwork.math.su.se/webwork2_...dd8b877591.pngsuch that both x and y is between 100 and 380 (including 100 and 380).Euclidean algorithm

i wanna solve this problem with

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- October 6th 2012, 12:00 PMPetrusEuclidean algorithm
*Determine all heltallösningar the Diophantine equation*https://webwork.math.su.se/webwork2_...dd8b877591.png*such that both x and y is between 100 and 380 (including 100 and 380).*Euclidean algorithm

i wanna solve this problem with - October 6th 2012, 12:04 PMPetrusRe: Euclidean algorithm
my guess

5=4*1+1

4=4*1

1=5-4

then im lost - October 7th 2012, 01:55 AMPetrusRe: Euclidean algorithm
plz some1 help me i need to solve this question today!

- October 7th 2012, 04:02 AMBobPRe: Euclidean algorithm
I don't know whether this is the method you're supposed to use, but it works.

You have 5 - 4 = 1 , so, 1000*5 - 1000*4 = 1000. .................... (1)

Also , 4*5 - 5*4 = 0, so 4n*5 - 5n*4 = 0 for any n, .................. (2)

Subract (2) from (1) and you have

(1000 - 4n)*5 - (1000 - 5n)*4 = 1000.

or,

(5n - 1000)*4 - (4n - 1000)*5 = 1000.

Now work out what value(s) you need for n. - October 7th 2012, 04:18 AMPetrusRe: Euclidean algorithm
any1 know how i can use this on my way goosh this is geting anoying and im confused

- October 7th 2012, 04:55 AMTheEmptySetRe: Euclidean algorithm
Where are you confused? Bob has given you a way to find the solution! If you don't tell us what you don't understand it is impossible to help you.

Facts you should know from lecture or your text book are:

if

The Ecliddean alogrithm can find the GCD of a and b and express them as

(1)

If the GCD does not divide c the equation has no integer solutions if it does then there exists an integer q such that

If we multiply equation (1) by q this gives

Now

and are a solution of the problem.

All other solutions can be found using the formula (this should also be in your text book or notes)

and

Where m is some integer.

P.S this is exactly the solution Bob gave you.

Try to work these steps, and if you get stuck post back with your work so we can see what you have tried. - October 7th 2012, 05:13 AMPetrusRe: Euclidean algorithm
idk but im familiar with this thing... this is how i use to solve it and teacher solved problem like this.... idk but im really confused what i shall do next on that problem

17x+6y=250

particulate solve:

17x+6y=0

17=2*6+5

6=1*5+1

(backwards)

5=17-2*6

1=6-5

(now we use this backwards)

1=6-5 (we can rewrite 5 with 5=17-2*6)

1=6-(17-2*6)

1=3*6-1*17 (just gather all 6's)

homogeneous solve

17x+6y=250

x=-250+6k (remember the y=-1)

y=750-17k (remember x=3) - October 7th 2012, 06:40 AMSorobanRe: Euclidean algorithm
Hello, Petrus!

Here is a very primitive solution . . .

Quote:

Determine all solutions the Diophantine equation:

such that both and are between 100 and 380 inclusive.

I want to solve this problem with the Euclidean algorithm.

Solve for .[1]

Since is an integer, must be a multiple of 5: .

Then [1] becomes: .

Now we have:

. . . . . . . . . .

We also have:

. . . . . . . . . . . .

Hence: .