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We have 2 expressions that are equal to Q and a multiple of Q, say nQ.

Then there exists solutions if the following relationships are


= constant.

1. First of all you have integer solutions. The next big question is to keep D a constant. And then
after that you want to keep q constant.

2. Then you can use modular transformations to change the variables. This will give you extra
coefficients to play around with. Then it may be an easy matter to fix the discriminant to the
desired value. So use modular transformations.

3. We have 2 expressions of N BDFARFFGGAFDDFAAF; And then we have to solve them for

different values of phi.

If we can connect these two expressions and then connect them to the original expression after
giving it some transformations appropriate.

4. The idea is to introduce in as many coefficients as possible and then setting many of them to

5. See how this formulation is connected to the Riemann sphere in 2 and 3 or 4 variable spaces.

6. There are many possibilities for having integer solutions.

The idea is that we can combine these 4 variables by multiplication and subtraction until we get
some new functions. Or until we can find some relationships between that we can use in our
search for Binary Quadratic Equations.

B2-B1=2n; and let A2-A1=n; then C2-C1=n; This is a method that can yield solutions for the
value of q; the number that can be represented by the Binary Quadratic Expression.

This is an interesting function since it is always greater than zero and always less or equal to 1,

Define z in the following manner;

And we can take the recipracol of z but first we write the following function w;
Let us begin with the following identity; it will become clear as we go on that it looks like a
binary quadratic form;

Let the LHS side be identically zero for all possible values of the variables z and phi; then we can
do some manipulation on this expression (by completing the square); and treating this equation
as an ordinary quadratic in phi.

We use the following substitutions and get the expressions below;

These are the substitutions used in the expressions above.

Then we have for the above identity;

Now using the substitution of theta and z, namely;

For proof of the quartic it may be advisable to find the difference between v and u and find that
Cv-Du= integer + a fractional part. This does not board well with

The comparison of two parabolas.

The two parabolas are to be compared.

Now we try to develop Euler’s Homogeneous Functions and we try to find some solutions to this

Constructing a hyperbola with many integer points.

Conformal Mapping of these functions will really be interesting.

Now consider;