By Chowdhury K.C.
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1 Diophantine challenge, it's required to discover 4 affirmative integer numbers, such that the sum of each of them can be a dice. resolution. If we think the first^Cx3^)/3-), the second^^x3-y3--z* ), the third=4(-z3+y3+*'), and the fourth=ws-iOM"^-*)5 then> the 1st further to the second=B8, the 1st additional to the third=)/3, the second one extra to third=23, and the 1st additional to the fourth=ir therefore 4 of the six required stipulations are happy within the notation.
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We shall see that there is a periodic "river" that separates the positive and negative values of the form. The 0 Form: When the only value is 0, the topograph consists of infmitely many "lakes" labeled O. The 0+ Forms: A fonn that takes on only 0 and positive values is equivalent to a scalar multiple of the fonn x 2 • We'll see that the values increase as we move away from a single lake (value 0) that is surrounded by regions all of the same value. The 0- Forms are similar to the 0+ fonns. The 0+- Forms are the last case.
Now if at a superbase P we have a negative value a and a positive value b (and hence a river edge), then the third value c must be either positive or negative, and so there is a second river edge at P, say PQ. + We see therefore that each river edge meets another one at each of its ends. In this way we get a path P Q R . that separates the positive and negative regions; we call this the river. 20 THE SENSUAL (quadratic) FORM The Climbing Lemma shows that if we climb away from the river on the positive side, the values will continually increase.
The First Lecture classified 2-dimensional forms, the Third will classify definite 3-dimensional forms, and the Fourth will classify indefmite forms in all dimensions greater than 2. There is no hope of classifying positive defmite quadratic forms in high dimensions. However, Kneser obtains many integral lattices of small determinant by "gluing" root lattices to each other (or themselves). Milnor's toroidal "drums" used the 16-dimensional even unimodular lattices E ~ and D A more spectacular application was Niemeier's enumeration of all the 24-dimensional even unimodular lattices.