## Lattice points enclosed by parabola and line

### Problem 403

Published on Saturday, 24th November 2012, 10:00 pm; Solved by 202
For integers `a` and `b`, we define `D`(`a`, `b`) as the domain enclosed by the parabola `y` = `x`^{2} and the line `y` = `a`·`x` + `b`:

`D`(`a`, `b`) = { (`x`, `y`) | `x`^{2} ≤ `y` ≤ `a`·`x` + `b` }.

L(`a`, `b`) is defined as the number of lattice points contained in `D`(`a`, `b`).

For example, L(1, 2) = 8 and L(2, -1) = 1.

We also define S(`N`) as the sum of L(`a`, `b`) for all the pairs (`a`, `b`) such that the area of `D`(`a`, `b`) is a rational number and |`a`|,|`b`| ≤ `N`.

We can verify that S(5) = 344 and S(100) = 26709528.

Find S(10^{12}). Give your answer mod 10^{8}.