(i) How can I find all positive integers $m$ such that $m\equiv 4 \pmod 7$ and $m^3-m^2+1$ is a perfect square?
(ii) Is there a method to solve this equation over positive integers:
$$m^3-m^2+1 = n^2.$$
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2 years ago