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?
(In reply to Hen's eggs
Zero is a perfect square, but the problem specifies distinct integers. Otherwise, you could just use 1, 1, 1...
Posted by DJ
on 2004-05-17 12:39:36