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j^3 = 61 + i^6 Find all the integer solution of i and j.

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    One is i=2 and j=5

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    What about other?

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    \[j^3-(i^2)^3=61\] \[(j-i^2)(j^2+ij+i^2)=61\] 61 is prime so 61(1) are the only factors hence \[j-i^2=1,j^2+ij+i^2=61\]

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    Looks like 4 solution.

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    but we imgore the fact that it can be vise versa 1(61)

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    |dw:1350668697206:dw|

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    oh thanks i see my folly i did not factor 2

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    http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=All+integer+solution+x^3+%3D+61+%2B+y^6

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    Looks like 2 and 5 only.......... But how to prove it mathematically.

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    \[i^4+2i^2+1+i^2(1+i^2)+i^4=61\] \[3i^4+3i^2-60=0,i^4+i^2-10=0\]

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    sorry \[i^4+i^2-20\]

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    yes

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    ok

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  14. Jonask Group Title
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    \[i=\pm 2,j=(\pm2)^2+1=5\]

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    @Jonask you are very correct

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    Looks good.

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