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Aug
25
comment Is sum of square of primes a square of prime?
Yes, you are right. It is nearly the same proof I found on my own.
Aug
25
accepted Is sum of square of primes a square of prime?
Aug
25
comment Is sum of square of primes a square of prime?
@QuangHoang, ok. But does that prove the second and the third ? For the second, maybe $a = 3$. No ?
Aug
25
awarded  Commentator
Aug
25
comment Is sum of square of primes a square of prime?
@QuangHoang Can you explain a little bit ?
Aug
25
comment Is sum of square of primes a square of prime?
@lhf, thanks. You are right.
Aug
25
comment Is sum of square of primes a square of prime?
But why we must have $a = 2$ or $b = 2$ ?
Aug
25
comment Is sum of square of primes a square of prime?
But there is no Pythagorean triplets (a, b, c) with $a = 2$ or $b = 2$.
Aug
25
asked Is sum of square of primes a square of prime?
Dec
25
awarded  Editor
Dec
25
revised Explanations of the Euler's continued fractions to compute exponential
edited body
Dec
15
comment Why primitives allow us to compute integrals?
@Baranovskiy, I read the Wikipedia introduction. I understood the approximation with rectangulars, but they say, just after, that to get exact area value, it's necessary to use primitives. Why ? They don't say why primitives allow us to compute area.
Dec
15
asked Why primitives allow us to compute integrals?
Oct
31
accepted Solve diophantine equation $x^2 - 2y^2 = x - 2y$
Oct
30
asked Solve diophantine equation $x^2 - 2y^2 = x - 2y$
Oct
23
comment Solve inequation with nth root
Thanks. I understand now.
Oct
23
awarded  Scholar
Oct
23
awarded  Supporter
Oct
23
comment Solve inequation with nth root
Thanks for your answer. It is exactly what I wanted. But just a question how you know $n < \frac{ln(10)}{ln(10/9)}$ ?
Oct
23
accepted Solve inequation with nth root