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\iteman{ZMATH 2004d.03404}
\itemau{Bloms, Michelle; Brown, Lesley; Ellis, Larry; Farmer, Terence; Goward, Russell; Graham, Meridith Tara; Hulsen, David; Martin, Jeremy; McKinnie, Kelly; Neuerburg, Kent; Schoen, Keary; Terwilleger, Erin; Thompson, Nikki Janelle}
\itemti{Integer points on cubic twists of elliptic curves.}
\itemso{Pi Mu Epsilon J. 11, No. 10, 515-518 (2004).}
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The problem of finding out whether a given integer $D$ may be written as the sum of two rational cubes $x^3+y^3=D$ is one of the oldest problems in number theory. In this paper, we conduct an experimental investigation into the frequency of $D$ which admit two distinct relatively prime solutions. We also evaluate this data against a hypothesis which does afford an explanation for why $D$ which admit three relatively prime solutions are quite rare, and why no $D$ has been found which may be expressed in four different ways as a sum of relatively prime cubes. (From the introduction)
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