What is the smallest number that can be written as the sum of of 3 distinct squares in 3 ways?
What is the 2nd smallest such number?
If all the squares are distinct (and nonzero) the smallest are 101,110.
If distinctness is not required, (assuming nonzero) then the smallest are 54,66.
Thought: Reading the problem before answering can save time.

Posted by broll
on 20160414 09:03:34 