For an integer $d>2$ which is not a square, we show that there is at most one value of the positive integer $x$ participating in the Pell equation $x^2-dy^2=\pm 1$ which is a Fibonacci number.

Garcia, Kahoro, and Luca showed that the Bateman-Horn conjecture implies $\phi(p-1) \geq \phi(p+1)$ for a majority of twin-primes pairs $p,p+2$ and that the reverse inequality holds for a small positive proportion of the twin primes. That is, $p$ ten...

For an integer $d>2$ which is not a square, we show that there is at most one value of the positive integer $x$ participating in the Pell equation $x^2-dy^2=\pm 1$ which is a Fibonacci number.

For an integer $d>2$ which is not a square, we show that there is at most one value of the positive integer $x$ participating in the Pell equation $x^2-dy^2=\pm 1$ which is a Fibonacci number.

For an integer $d>2$ which is not a square, we show that there is at most one value of the positive integer $x$ participating in the Pell equation $x^2-dy^2=\pm 1$ which is a Fibonacci number.

For an integer $d>2$ which is not a square, we show that there is at most one value of the positive integer $x$ participating in the Pell equation $x^2-dy^2=\pm 1$ which is a Fibonacci number.

For an integer $d>2$ which is not a square, we show that there is at most one value of the positive integer $x$ participating in the Pell equation $x^2-dy^2=\pm 1$ which is a Fibonacci number.

For an integer $d>2$ which is not a square, we show that there is at most one value of the positive integer $x$ participating in the Pell equation $x^2-dy^2=\pm 1$ which is a Fibonacci number.

For an integer $d>2$ which is not a square, we show that there is at most one value of the positive integer $x$ participating in the Pell equation $x^2-dy^2=\pm 1$ which is a Fibonacci number.