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Prove that there does not exist any triplet (A, B, C) of positive integers, that satisfy this equation:

                                (36A + B)(36B + A) = 2C

See The Solution Submitted by K Sengupta    
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re: Contradiction solution (quicker but trickier)K Sengupta2008-07-23 12:25:15
re: And still further ...K Sengupta2008-07-23 12:24:21
And still further ...Steve Herman2008-07-12 23:32:06
Some ThoughtsAnd further ...Steve Herman2008-07-12 22:44:21
like itxdog2008-07-12 22:37:13
SolutionContradiction solution (quicker but trickier)Gamer2008-07-12 17:33:39
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