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Quadratic and Divisibility Puzzle (Posted on 2015-08-09) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Does there exist an infinite number of pairs (A,B) of positive integers such that:
  • A divides B2 + 1 and:
  • B divides A2 + 1?
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