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Square Result Rumination (Posted on 2014-09-28) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Each of X and Y is a positive integer such that each of X+Y and X/Y is a perfect square.

Does there exist an infinite number of pairs (X,Y) satisfying all the given conditions?
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  Subject Author Date
Some Thoughtsre: other types of casesbroll2014-09-29 02:58:24
other types of casesCharlie2014-09-28 21:57:30
Some Thoughtsre(3): Technical solution--but a larger question remains.Ady TZIDON2014-09-28 11:43:01
Some Thoughtsre(2): Technical solution--but a larger question remains.broll2014-09-28 11:19:03
re: Technical solution--but a larger question remains.Jer2014-09-28 10:04:46
SolutionTechnical solution--but a larger question remains.Charlie2014-09-28 09:04:20
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