How exactly does, "6492 – 13×1802 = 1", as given in the example?
The 2s at the end of 649 and 180 used to be superscripts. I'm not quite sure when that changed, but it is fixed now. Thanks for the heads up on that.
No problem. Thanks for the fix!
Some tips. Continued fractions are the main way for finding the fundamental solutions to Pell's equations. And square roots have patterns in continued fractions.
I've used continued fractions and this link for my solution https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/2215918/continued-fraction-of-sqrt67-4/2216011#2216011
Sorry, I got stuck just trying to figure out how to use a switch statement again. This is not a solution.
Nice usage of DEAL and determination of intermediate integer solution to Pell's algorithm.
Return fibonacci sequence do not use loop and condition
Divisible by 4
Draw a 'Z'.
Draw a 'X'!
Pseudo Square Root (Inspired by Project Euler 266)
Why the heck are they blinking!?!?
Lowest sum from a group of digits
Circular Primes (based on Project Euler, problem 35)
A matrix of introverts
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