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Fermat for beginners (Posted on 2006-09-14) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Determine all positive integer solutions of x2y+(x+1)2y=(x+2)2y

Of course, for y>1 you could use Fermat's theorem, but that would be unsporting!

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SolutionSolution, without invoking FermatBrian Smith2016-06-26 10:34:55
Anyone out there,..JLo2006-09-18 14:20:42
re: All solutionsJohn Reid2006-09-15 16:25:19
SolutionAll solutionsOld Original Oskar!2006-09-14 15:36:28
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