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Cubic Diophantine equations: the necessary congruence condition

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 February 2010

G. L. Watson
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University College, London

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1. Let p be a prime, t a positive integer, and ϕ a cubic polynomial with integral coefficients, and an integral constant term. We study the congruence

because of its obvious connection with the equation

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Copyright © University College London 1965

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1. Davenport, H. and Lewis, D. J., “Non-homogeneous cubic equations”, Journal London Math. Soc., 39 (1964), 657672.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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