

A201047


Coordinates x of Mordell elliptic curves x^3y^2 for primary extremal points with quadratic extensions over rationals.


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1942, 2878, 3862, 6100, 8380, 18694, 31228, 93844, 111382, 117118, 129910, 143950, 186145, 210025, 575800, 1193740, 1248412, 1326025, 1388545, 1501504, 1697908, 1813660, 1946737, 2069353, 2151262, 2305180, 3864190, 3897622, 54054144, 61974313, 63546025
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1,1


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For distances d between cubes and squares see A201268.
For definition primary points see A200656.
For successive quadratic extensions see A201278.
Theorem (*Artur Jasinski*):
Every particular coordinate x contained only one extremal point.
Proof (*Artur Jasinski*): Coordinate y is computable from the formula y(x) = round(sqrt(x^3)) and distance d between cube of x and square of y is computable from the formula d(x) = x^3(round(sqrt(x^3)))^2.


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