Hello all, I have a quick question concering a Wallis Example (click
here for background information on Wallis problems). My book states that
positive integer solutions exist within many Wallis type examples, followed by a list of them. It does not however list the solutions to them.
I've google searched a good bit and I was able to find how a few problems matched up, but I can't seem to find the solution to (x^3)+(y^3)=35 using methodology that others used to solve their problems.
Can anyone explain how we find all the positive integers solutions to that problem ( x^3 + y^3 = 35 ) ?
All help is appreciated!