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Perfect Cuboids and Perfect Square Triangles

by Florian Luca (Universität Bielefeld)

This article originally appeared in:

December, 2000

Subject classification(s): Famous Problems
Applicable Course(s): 4.3 Number Theory | 2.6 Math Liberal Arts

The author shows that two famous problems, one for triangles and one for parallelepipeds, are equivalent.

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