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6.  K > L > M > N are positive integers such that KM + LN = (K + L - M + N)(-K + L + M + N). Prove that KL + MN is not prime.
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6.  <math>K > L > M > N</math> are positive integers such that <math>KM + LN = (K + L - M + N)(-K + L + M + N)</math>. Prove that <math>KL + MN</math> is not prime.

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6. $K > L > M > N$ are positive integers such that $KM + LN = (K + L - M + N)(-K + L + M + N)$. Prove that $KL + MN$ is not prime.

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