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 Apr 13 awarded Yearling Jan 3 awarded Popular Question Sep 2 awarded Popular Question Jul 2 awarded Curious Jan 13 accepted Primitive solutions to $a^2 + 4b^2 = c^2$ Jan 13 comment Primitive solutions to $a^2 + 4b^2 = c^2$ Oh, I remember what I was trying to do now: I was getting negative values when I tried this hours back. I am trying to generate solutions for which a,b,c are positive. Sorry if that changes anything Jan 13 comment Primitive solutions to $a^2 + 4b^2 = c^2$ I think maybe I went in the wrong direction with what I was trying to compensate for with the multiplication (for some reason I had 4mn... feeling a little silly right about now) Jan 13 comment Primitive solutions to $a^2 + 4b^2 = c^2$ This was actually the approach I tried Jan 13 asked Primitive solutions to $a^2 + 4b^2 = c^2$ May 26 accepted Marden’s Theorem May 26 comment Marden’s Theorem How do i set up p(z) in general based on the three points? I think that is part of my misunderstanding May 26 comment Marden’s Theorem The type of ellipse i am after is a Steiner i believe May 26 asked Marden’s Theorem Apr 11 comment Addressing a*a mod m overflow problem where m is large I'm using int64's -- unfortunately I had a very difficult time getting GMP to work Apr 11 comment Addressing a*a mod m overflow problem where m is large Anything doable in C++ Apr 11 comment Addressing a*a mod m overflow problem where m is large Can anyone provide an example, please? Apr 11 asked Addressing a*a mod m overflow problem where m is large Apr 3 accepted Number of ways I can fit rectangles within a longer rectangle Apr 3 comment Number of ways I can fit rectangles within a longer rectangle This is very informative, and even has combinatoric info listed. I'll count this as an answer. Thank you! Apr 3 comment Number of ways I can fit rectangles within a longer rectangle Say the hole looks like this: oooo. The rectangle of length 2 looks like this: RR. There are three ways to arrange: RRoo, oRRo, ooRR