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Calling all pythagoreans (Posted on 2006-07-03) Difficulty: 3 of 5
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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nozachary scott2006-07-09 13:45:12
re: Interesting dialogRichard2006-07-03 23:14:48
Interesting dialogbrianjn2006-07-03 20:02:57
Some Thoughtsre: Somekind of solutionFederico Kereki2006-07-03 14:26:46
Somekind of solutionatheron2006-07-03 13:56:09
SolutionPuzzle ResolutionK Sengupta2006-07-03 13:36:04
Hints/TipsA more specific resultOld Original Oskar!2006-07-03 10:49:48
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