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Strange Equation (Posted on 2013-03-11) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Solve the equation
(a^2,b^2)+(a,bc)+(b,ac)+(c,ab)=199. in positive integers.
(Here (x,y) denotes the greatest common divisor of x and y.)

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  Subject Author Date
No SolutionSalil2013-03-25 02:32:25
re: EquationDaniel2013-03-21 01:15:39
re: EquationSalil2013-03-20 01:44:07
EquationSalil2013-03-19 06:30:41
Some Thoughtssome of the more interesting results of the concatenation interpretationCharlie2013-03-17 13:17:20
Some Thoughtsoutside the boxCharlie2013-03-17 12:07:31
Some Thoughtscomputer explorationCharlie2013-03-16 08:08:55
re(2): solutionxdog2013-03-15 11:53:51
re: solutionDaniel2013-03-15 02:02:43
solutionxdog2013-03-14 15:27:43
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