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**individ****Member**- Registered: 2014-03-16
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For odd numbers.

Decompose the number into factors.

The solution can be written as.

It is seen that for all odd numbers are infinitely many solutions, not just

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**individ****Member**- Registered: 2014-03-16
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For the equation.

You can write such a parameterization.

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For the solution of the equation.

You must use the solutions of the equation.

You can use solutions which are recorded in the subject. http://math.stackexchange.com/questions … 219#709219

Then using the solutions of this equation can be substituted into the formula and find us.

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For the solution of the equation.

Solution we write expanding on the multipliers.

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**individ****Member**- Registered: 2014-03-16
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https://math.stackexchange.com/question … x2y2-z2w21

Write solutions like this.

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