By Vinogradov I. M.
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1 Diophantine challenge, it really is required to discover 4 affirmative integer numbers, such that the sum of each of them will be a dice. resolution. If we suppose 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 further to third=23, and the 1st extra to the fourth=ir therefore 4 of the six required stipulations are chuffed within the notation.
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