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English: Illustration for Fermat's right triangle theorem. One of the two right triangles shown has its two sides equal to the side and hypotenuse of the other one. According to the theorem, it is not possible for all four side lengths a, b, c, and d to be integers.
Date 22 March 2017
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Author David Eppstein


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current 06:44, 25 March 2021 Thumbnail for version as of 06:44, 25 March 2021475 × 379 (779 bytes)David EppsteinRelabel to match article
06:23, 25 March 2021 Thumbnail for version as of 06:23, 25 March 2021475 × 379 (779 bytes)David EppsteinRemove confusing circles per GA review; fix font and add little right-triangle squares
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