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Early Hindu mathematics and the exploration of some second degree indeterminate equations
The following is merely a record of our exploration as a nonmathematician/noncomputer scientist of a remarkable (at least to us) class of numerical relationships. An equation like can be solved to obtain specific solutions as: . However, if we have … Continue reading