Suppose, w and v are relatively prime to each other

and

The theorem claims that there exists integers x and y such that and

Example, 10^2 = 25*4 where (25, 4) are relatively prime to each other now see that 25 = 5^2 and 4 = 2^2

If , take and . Otherwise, since and are coprime, each prime divisor of must divide exactly as many times as it divides , namely a multiple of times. Thus , being a product of primes of power a multiple of , is a power of . Same for .]]>

and

The theorem claims that there exists integers x and y such that and

Example, 10^2 = 25*4 where (25, 4) are relatively prime to each other now see that 25 = 5^2 and 4 = 2^2]]>

(and please don't give links, I don't get them)

]]>I do not know about that one yet.

]]>We can't have a hypotenuse c such that a^4 + b^4 = c^2

But what if we are talking about one leg and one hypotenuse?

]]>Did you know that is the method to prove your latest triangle problem?

]]>Isn't this one better?]]>

Math is gigantic, bobbym is tiny. That explains it.

]]>(Just joking)]]>