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- Feb 14, 2012

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Let $a, \, b,\,c$ and $d$ be integers with $a>b>c>d>0$.

Suppose that $ac+bd=(b+d+a-c)(b+d-a+c)$.

Prove that $ab+cd$ is not prime.

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