Harish R last edited by
for integral point, you can count the integers as domain of x and y is fixed. so count it manually.
for rational, infinite.
Consider a nonvertical line through the point (3,0)
of slope 𝑚. This line meets the ellipse at exactly one other point, and it's not hard to show that the coordinates of that point are rational again for all rational slopes m.
Harshal Patil last edited by Harshal Patil
@ashish-deo-singh it shud be (3,0)(\sqrt3,0)(3 ,0) right?
For a part, i think he must have taken.