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Torsion points on elliptic curves defined over quadratic fields

  • M. A. Kenku (a1) and F. Momose (a2)
Abstract

Let k be a quadratic field and E an elliptic curve defined over k. The authors [8, 12, 13] [23] discussed the k-rational points on E of prime power order. For a prime number p, let n = n(k, p) be the least non negative integer such that

for all elliptic curves E defined over a quadratic field k ([15]).

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