## Proof Exercise #1 Continuation 5

Yes.

We now have the equation 2 = u^2/v^2.

Therefore 2v^2 = u^2.

Therefore:

choice #1: 2 is a divisor of u^2.

choice #2: u is a prime.

choice #3: 2 is not a divisor of (u + v).

choice #4: u is a divisor of 2.

choice #5: u + 1 > v.

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We now have the equation 2 = u^2/v^2.

Therefore 2v^2 = u^2.

Therefore:

choice #1: 2 is a divisor of u^2.

choice #2: u is a prime.

choice #3: 2 is not a divisor of (u + v).

choice #4: u is a divisor of 2.

choice #5: u + 1 > v.

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