@Maria Kozlowska
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Oh yes, sorry @shithil Islam, I did not see the email notification, forgive me. I tried the 45 45 90 and 30 60 90 to no avail, so I assumed it was a Pythagorean triple, and took the divisors until I found 353 as Maria said. I would really be interested to see if there were a test for such numbers, but could not find one. I was relegated to somewhat efficient brute force.

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TopNewestIt is a pythagorean triple: a= 58676112 b= 48537225

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How do you get that? Please describe me....

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@shithil Islam, I did not see the email notification, forgive me. I tried the 45 45 90 and 30 60 90 to no avail, so I assumed it was a Pythagorean triple, and took the divisors until I found 353 as Maria said. I would really be interested to see if there were a test for such numbers, but could not find one. I was relegated to somewhat efficient brute force.

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