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    Not Fermat's Last Theorem

    Prove that the Diophantine equation x^4 - y^4 = z^2 has no solution in nonzero integers x,y,z.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mndi1105 View Post
    Prove that the Diophantine equation x^4 - y^4 = z^2 has no solution in nonzero integers x,y,z.
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