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    09 Feb '07 20:36
    Not so hard- in fact easy, but I'm posting it anyway.
    What do these sets of numbers have in common?
    3,4,5
    5,12,13
  2. Standard memberuzless
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    09 Feb '07 21:04
    Originally posted by Alethia
    Not so hard- in fact easy, but I'm posting it anyway.
    What do these sets of numbers have in common?
    3,4,5
    5,12,13
    1 is a factor of all the numbers in the sets
  3. Standard memberMathurine
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    09 Feb '07 21:11
    Originally posted by uzless
    1 is a factor of all the numbers in the sets
    😀
  4. Standard memberMathurine
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    09 Feb '07 21:11
    Originally posted by uzless
    1 is a factor of all the numbers in the sets
    😀
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    09 Feb '07 21:24
    Originally posted by Alethia
    Not so hard- in fact easy, but I'm posting it anyway.
    What do these sets of numbers have in common?
    3,4,5
    5,12,13
    I just say P, Y, T, H to show I have the solution.
  6. Standard memberMathurine
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    09 Feb '07 21:26
    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    I just say P, Y, T, H to show I have the solution.
    Pythagoras, or are you just takin' the pyth??
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    09 Feb '07 21:41
    Both are sets of triangle sides.
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    09 Feb '07 21:51
    Originally posted by Arachnarchist
    Both are sets of triangle sides.
    So are any three numbers. Like 1, 2, 3 or 4, 5, 6 or whatever. The set of a triangles sides can be any real, rational or integer numbers..
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    09 Feb '07 22:12
    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    So are any three numbers. Like 1, 2, 3 or 4, 5, 6 or whatever. The set of a triangles sides can be any real, rational or integer numbers..
    Except, of course, that no number in the set can be greater than the sum of the other two.
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    09 Feb '07 22:34
    Originally posted by Alethia
    Not so hard- in fact easy, but I'm posting it anyway.
    What do these sets of numbers have in common?
    3,4,5
    5,12,13
    The number 5 😞
  11. SubscriberAThousandYoung
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    09 Feb '07 23:52
    Originally posted by Arachnarchist
    Both are sets of triangle sides.
    RIGHT triangle sides.
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    10 Feb '07 10:31
    You're all right. They are Pythagorean Triples.
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    10 Feb '07 20:54
    perf rt. tri.
    should show
    the correct solution is in my grasp
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    10 Feb '07 20:55
    Originally posted by Alethia
    You're all right. They are Pythagorean Triples.
    oh, i hadnt seen that ud given answer already...
    my bad
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