Find the solutions of x and n in this equation.( x^2+615=2^n)
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No, I mean the definite solution. I can get one solution from graph,but there exists no other solution. How can I prove it?
Hello, Swarnav! Are there any restrictions on and ? I don't see any difficulty . . . . . . . You say you found one solution graphically. I suspect that you graphed: . . . and found their intersection. In doing so, you assumed that
Yes x and n are both integers. Sorry I forgot to mention it. For this reason I cannot find solution of x. But there is one solution,if n=12 then we can get x as a integer.
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