Problem 45964. Compute the nth Pythagorean prime

Pythagorean primes have the form p = 4n+1, where n is an integer, and they can be written as the sum of squares of two integers. More information is available at Wikipedia, Numberphile, and the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences.
Compute the nth Pythagorean prime p and two integers a and b such that p = a^2+b^2.

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44.62% Correct | 55.38% Incorrect
Last Solution submitted on Jan 09, 2024

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