Given all the assumptions you made, that is correct.
Hi,
If I have the following equation
and it is known that x and y are both non-equal, non-zero, even integers
then z will even and can be written
so that
It is also required that z be a square integer
so it can be rewritten
So with the above constraints I believe that
can be rewritten
so
Have I made any fundamental mistakes anywhere?
Many thanks
Pro
I think if you re-read my previous reply, you'll find that I did actually agree with you on this
I'm actually saying that this equation was derived by setting other values to even
i.e.
guarantees a is a positive even integer if b is any integer > 0
guarantees a is positive odd integer if b is any integer ≥ 0
You might see the whole thing soon. At the minute I seem to have
2(odd integer) - (different [or same] odd integer) = even integer
which would prove what I'm trying to calculate is impossible.
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damn, turned out to be odd, lol
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Pro