Multiple-Type Pythagorean Patterns

Pythagorean patterns are well-known in the literature of mathematics. This work brings  patterns obtained by mutiplications with natural numbers to known patterns. It is done in two parts. One without final sum. Second with final sum. In some cases after multiplications, initial lines don’t obey the pattern, but the rest part remains patterned. See below some examples. Also below is link to download the work.

I.J. Taneja – Multiple-Type Pythagorean Patterns

Examples:

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Link for download the work:

More works on Pythagorean Triples:

 

 

 

 

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