If and can be written as the sum of 8 squares , then their product is also the sum of 8 squares .

that means

Show that the relationship between is :

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- August 7th 2009, 11:02 PMsimplependulumsum of 8 squares
If and can be written as the sum of 8 squares , then their product is also the sum of 8 squares .

that means

Show that the relationship between is :

- August 9th 2009, 09:12 AMNonCommAlg
- September 4th 2009, 04:37 PMluobo
**This problem is related to the Degen's eight-square identity.**

Degen's eight-square identity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - September 4th 2009, 05:10 PMThePerfectHacker
You can also do this with 16 and 32 squares by generalizing the octions. Not sure about 64 and beyond.