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Deep Deb

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---- --- --- --- validity of an equation
Posted: Mar 2, 2013 8:43 AM
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Consider the following equation under the given conditions

y^(1/2) = (x^10 - z^ 5)^(1/5 ) (1)

Conditions: y, x, z are co prime integers each > 5, 2|y.

Question: can (1) have any solution ?

Any helpful comment will be appreciated




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