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Calling all pythagoreans (
Posted on 20060703
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The triangle with sides 3, 4, and 5, is the smallest integer sided pythagorean triangle. Can you prove that in every such triangle:
at least one of its sides must be multiple of 3?
at least one of its sides must be multiple of 4?
at least one of its sides must be multiple of 5?
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zachary scott
20060709 13:45:12
re: Interesting dialog
Richard
20060703 23:14:48
Interesting dialog
brianjn
20060703 20:02:57
re: Somekind of solution
Federico Kereki
20060703 14:26:46
Somekind of solution
atheron
20060703 13:56:09
Puzzle Resolution
K Sengupta
20060703 13:36:04
A more specific result
Old Original Oskar!
20060703 10:49:48
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