Solutions of Diophantine Equations Generated by Generalised Lucas Balancing Sequences

P. Anuradha Kameswari1 and K. Anoosha1


1Department of Mathematics, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Abstract: Diophantine Equations with infinitely many solutions find their place in the applications of cryptography. In this paper we generate some quadratic Diophantine Equations in two variables with infinitely many solutions, using Generalised Lucas Balancing Sequences and obtain all the solutions of each these Diophantine Equations expressed in terms of Generalised Lucas Balancing Sequences.
Keywords: Diophantine equation, Lucas Balancing Sequences, Solutions.


Cite this article as: P. Anuradha Kameswari and K. Anoosha, Solutions of Diophantine Equations Generated by Generalised Lucas Balancing Sequences, Int. J. Math. And Appl., vol. 9, no. 4, 2021, pp. 75-88.

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