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By means of continued fractions determine the general solutions of each of the

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Problem 11

By means of continued fractions determine the general solutions of each of the followingDiophantine equations:(a) 19x + 51y = 1.(b) 364x + 227y = 1.(c) 18x + 5y = 24.(d) 158x - 51y = 1.

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Textbook: Elementary Number Theory
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Author: Professor David Burton
ISBN: 9780073383149

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