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    Show that the equation y^2 = {x^3} + 7 has no integral solutions.

    Show that the equation y^2 = {x^3} + 7 has no integral solutions.
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    Re: Show that the equation y^2 = {x^3} + 7 has no integral solutions.

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    Re: Show that the equation y^2 = {x^3} + 7 has no integral solutions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Salahuddin559 View Post
    Thank you. That was driving me crazy.

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