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Posers and Puzzles

Joined 25 Nov '06 Moves 1434 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

Voice of Reason

Joined 28 Mar '06 Moves 9908 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

leölés ellenfeleim

Joined 15 Jul '06 Moves 40507 Originally posted by uzless
1 is a factor of all the numbers in the sets 😀

leölés ellenfeleim

Joined 15 Jul '06 Moves 40507 Originally posted by uzless
1 is a factor of all the numbers in the sets 😀

Joined 11 Nov '05 Moves 43938 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.

leölés ellenfeleim

Joined 15 Jul '06 Moves 40507 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??

Joined 13 Sep '06 Moves 11905 Both are sets of triangle sides.

Joined 11 Nov '05 Moves 43938 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..

Joined 21 Feb '06 Moves 6830 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.

Joined 10 Dec '06 Moves 21003 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 😞

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Joined 23 Aug '04 Moves 24791 Originally posted by Arachnarchist
Both are sets of triangle sides. RIGHT triangle sides.

Joined 25 Nov '06 Moves 1434 You're all right. They are Pythagorean Triples.

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Joined 18 Mar '06 Moves 3118 perf rt. tri.
should show
the correct solution is in my grasp

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Joined 18 Mar '06 Moves 3118 Originally posted by Alethia
You're all right. They are Pythagorean Triples. oh, i hadnt seen that ud given answer already...

my bad