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guess. I thought you couldn't have the hypotenuse longer than a leg!

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triangles up to a hypotenuse of 3000. Do you have any idea if this list]]>Jan 31, 1998 3:21:07 PMJan 31, 1998 3:21:07 PMphiltimb@zeta.org.au0Re: pythagorean triplets
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of which are relatively prime, for multiples of 5?

Michael]]>Dec 16, 1997 6:59:08 PMDec 16, 1997 6:59:08 PMmkeyton@tenet.edu0Re: pythagorean triplets
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On 16 Dec 1997, Bernard Altschuler wrote:

> I have developed a program that has discovered an]]>Dec 16, 1997 4:01:38 PMDec 16, 1997 4:01:38 PMconway@math.Princeton.EDU0pythagorean triplets
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property of pythagorean triplets. e.g. when z=65 there are 4 pythagorean triplets]]>Dec 16, 1997 3:48:23 PMDec 16, 1997 3:48:23 PMaltschuler_b@bls.gov2Re: Pythagorean triangles
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However, if you have two right triangles that are to have the same area,]]>Jun 3, 1997 2:11:46 PMJun 3, 1997 2:11:46 PMSCHOAFEM@BUFFALOSTATE.EDU1Re: Pythagorean triangles
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>I am trying to figure out a math problem and I'm having trouble. I >wonder if anyone could give me a hint or an idea]]>Jun 2, 1997 11:53:48 AMJun 2, 1997 11:53:48 AMewall@umich.edu1Pythagorean triangles
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wonder if anyone could give me a hint or an idea about how to go]]>Jun 2, 1997 3:01:56 AMJun 2, 1997 3:01:56 AMfbaughma@capcollege.bc.ca7