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asked • 02/21/18

Prove that for any integer z that is a perfect square, there exists integers m and n such that m^2+n^2=zk.

Let k be an integer such that there exist integers p and q with p^2+q^2=k.
 
Prove that for any integer z that is a perfect square, there exists integers m and n such that m^2+n^2=zk.

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Al P. answered • 02/26/18

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