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*Sir Calvin , please provide me a link where i can learn to solve the diophanitne equations and finding the last three or two digits in surds. *

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3 years, 9 months ago

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I'm sure other members have suggestions, so let me reshare your note.

For finding the last two or three digits in surds, you should look up the set of Number Theory Notes, and read Modular Arithmetic and Euler's Theorem.

For Diophantine Equations, that is an extremely broad topic which has numerous approaches which are dependent on the particular problem. You should search for "diophantine equations", and work your way up through the different levels of problems.

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Calvin Lin Staff - 3 years, 9 months ago

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