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# Prove that there are infinitely many solutions in positive

## Problem 32E Chapter 1.8

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Problem 32E

Prove that there are infinitely many solutions in positive integers x, y, and z to the equation x2 +y2 = z2. [Hint: Let x = m2 – n2, y = 2mn, and z = m2 + n2, where m and n are integers.]

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