Lets have the equation $X^4=DY^4+A^4$. Does anyone know how to obtain all the solutions of this equation? All numbers non zero naturals.
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Let me tell what I know about such things.
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To start your question is very vague , I can see that $X^4=DY^4+A^4$ is a degree four equation, so there are two possibilities
But your equation is very vague to start with, you haven't mentioned about any scopes of $X,Y,A$ and also about their meaning. As far as I know we can map the elliptic curve $X^3+Y^3=dZ^3$ and find a corresponding Weierstrass equation by change of variables, if you consider the above curve to be $E$ then we can find a $\phi : E \mapsto \bar E$ by a variable change and then construct the standard equation and also find rational points on them, thats called the "Isogenies".
Once if you clarify it as an elliptic curve, and re-edit the question, I can surely suggest most known methods called Descent and also the Birch Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture, the coefficient gives the better way of constructing points on curve. And there are many such things called " Poonen heuristics and also Prof.M.Stoll methods " , and also Prof.Henri Darmon have proposed many methods in constructing points on curves using $p$-adics
So answer depends upon the question. Re-edit it first and be prompt in choosing answers then I can assure that many experts far better than me will help you for sure.
All the best.