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The relation;

a^2 + 2(b^2) = c^2

where a, b and c are positive integrer has no solution?

a^2 + 2(b^2) = c^2

where a, b and c are positive integrer has no solution?

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The relation;

a^2 + 2(b^2) = c^2

where a, b and c are positive integrer has no solution?

a^2 + 2(b^2) = c^2

where a, b and c are positive integrer has no solution?

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Try a=1, b=2, c=3. I think that will answer your question.

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Thank you!

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