They all are digits

Number Theory Level pending

\(a^2+b^2=c^2\),

If \(a\) is prime.

Then to satisfy the above conditions, there are different possible unit digits from(0 to 9) for b and c.Out of which only one such unit digit (say,A) exists which is same for both b and c. Find A.

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