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Perfect Square Too (Posted on 2008-06-21) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Determine all possible integer pair(s) (P, Q), with neither P nor Q being zero, such that each of P2 + Q and Q2 + P is a perfect square.

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re: solution with proofK Sengupta2008-07-07 12:51:12
re: solution with proofpcbouhid2008-06-25 12:43:51
re: solution with proofSteve Herman2008-06-24 11:16:17
Solutionsolution with proofPaul2008-06-23 18:23:01
re: computer findings (possible spoiler)brianjn2008-06-22 10:40:30
Some Thoughtscomputer findings (possible spoiler)Charlie2008-06-21 17:47:34
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