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Nonn, easy, nice. (Posted on 2022-11-23) Difficulty: 3 of 5

To prove:

The sum of the first n even squares, less the sum of the first n squares, is equal to the nth square, plus the nth cube, plus the nth triangular number.

The sum of the first n odd squares, less the sum of the first n squares, is equal to the nth cube, less the nth triangular number.

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re(3): Just the first one D'Oh!!Steven Lord2022-11-23 23:50:47
re(2): Just the first one D'Oh!!Larry2022-11-23 11:59:25
Some Thoughtscomputer explorationCharlie2022-11-23 11:20:15
re: Just the first oneSteven Lord2022-11-23 11:14:40
Some ThoughtsJust the first oneLarry2022-11-23 10:51:41
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