A "Pythagorean Plus One" triple can be defined as any three distinct integers a, b, c, such all three of these are one more than a perfect square, and also a times b equals c.
What is the lowest value of c possible?
Pythagorean Plus One triples where all integers are odd, are rare as hen's teeth. So far I have found only two such triples:
(5,65,325) and (17,1025,17425)
Edited on May 17, 2004, 10:21 am
Posted by Penny
on 2004-05-17 10:04:12