An Algebraical Identity 4X=Y237Z2


THE following is a well-known theorem derived from the theory of numbers. Let p be any ordinary odd prime, and let X=(xP1)/(x1); then there is an algebraical identity

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MATHEWS, G. An Algebraical Identity 4X=Y237Z2. Nature 107, 456 (1921).

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