The diophantine equation $x^2=p^a\pm p^b+1$

Volume 112 / 2004

Florian Luca Acta Arithmetica 112 (2004), 87-101 MSC: Primary 11D61, 11D72. DOI: 10.4064/aa112-1-6

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  • Florian LucaMathematical Institute, UNAM
    Ap. Postal 61–3 (Xangari), CP 58 089
    Morelia, Michoacán, México
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