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p^7 + q^3 = r^2 (Posted on 2011-01-09) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Determine all possible triplets (p, q, r) of positive integers that satisfy this equation:

p7 + q3 = r2, whenever gcd (p, q, r) = 1

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Some Thoughtssome thoughtsbroll2011-01-10 04:16:12
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