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The Perfect Cube (Posted on 2003-08-12) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Can both n + 3 and n^2 + 3 be perfect cubes if n is an integer ?

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Answerdanish ahmed khan2012-10-24 04:36:00
re: A preliminary thought for half of a solutionKevin Foster2003-11-16 14:04:44
Solutionre: Solution following Jason'sRoyCook2003-09-19 13:44:28
Some ThoughtsSolution following Jason'sFerran Muiņos2003-08-22 11:52:58
SolutionJason Asher2003-08-20 13:33:56
Hints/TipsEven idea?Gamer2003-08-19 18:54:00
re: A preliminary thought for half of a solutionBrian Wainscott2003-08-18 19:31:32
A preliminary thought for half of a solutionJason Asher2003-08-18 18:01:22
re: My IdeaDJ2003-08-14 07:25:55
Is there a Solution ??Ravi Raja2003-08-14 04:29:05
Some ThoughtsMy IdeaRavi Raja2003-08-14 04:27:41
re: An observationRavi Raja2003-08-14 04:27:33
I can't resist....Brian Wainscott2003-08-13 13:32:28
Another ideagregada2003-08-13 12:55:21
Some ThoughtsMore IdeasGamer2003-08-12 22:34:19
re(2): ??xanthophobic2003-08-12 21:03:44
re: ??friedlinguini2003-08-12 20:31:48
??xanthophobic2003-08-12 20:02:50
re: An observationGamer2003-08-12 19:34:35
An observationBryan2003-08-12 18:40:55
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