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    If the solution to this nonnegative integer question is correct, then you may respond that it is.

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    It's correct.

    The most difficult part is to prove that there are distinct elements a, b, c, and d of Q such that the product ab and the product cd are equivalent to ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution determines the nonnegative integers in the given problem.