If a and b are relatively prime integers whose product is a square, show by means of an example that a and b are not necessarily squares. If they are not squares, what are they?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Unless I read this question wrong I have not found and answer from 1 to 40... a little frustrated if anybody can help out.

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# A quick one

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