Diophantine-analysis meaning

dīə-făntīn, -tĭn
A collection of methods for determining integral solutions of certain algebraic equations.
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A collection of methods for determining integral solutions of certain algebraic equations, such as those having two unknown variables.
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Origin of diophantine-analysis

  • After Diophantus, third-century ad Greek mathematician

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition