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MandelbrotI
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I was trying to find a proof concerning this statement, but I couldn't find anything. I have tried to come up with my own solution:
If a divides b^2, that means that :
a*x=b^2
a*(x/b) = b
This shows that b is divisible by a. Is this correct?
If a divides b^2, that means that :
a*x=b^2
a*(x/b) = b
This shows that b is divisible by a. Is this correct?