Pell's equation
Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
English[edit]
Etymology[edit]
Named by Leonhard Euler after the 17th-century mathematician John Pell, whom Euler mistakenly believed to be the first to find a general solution.
Proper noun[edit]
- (number theory) The Diophantine equation for a given integer m, to be solved in integers x and y.
External links[edit]
- Pell's equation on Wikipedia.Wikipedia