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Sum of Cubes (Posted on 2004-05-25) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Prove that the sum of consecutive perfect cubes (starting with 1) is always a perfect square.

For example:
1=1
1+8=9
1+8+27=36

See The Solution Submitted by Gamer    
Rating: 3.4000 (5 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
What Gamer perhaps had in mind.broll2011-10-10 02:38:30
SolutionPuzzle SolutionK Sengupta2008-11-27 13:24:04
SolutionPraneeth2007-08-14 00:55:25
re(2): an arbitrary n solution...ryan2005-09-20 04:43:38
re: an arbitrary n solution...Dan2005-09-06 08:14:32
an arbitrary n solution...ryan2005-08-14 21:55:39
SolutionsolutionPemmadu Raghu Ramaiah2005-01-09 02:45:14
SolutionNo SubjectPemmadu Raghu Ramaiah2005-01-09 02:31:13
Solutionalgebraic solutionDanny2004-05-25 16:45:17
SolutionDifference MethodRichard2004-05-25 16:06:56
SolutionSolutione.g.2004-05-25 13:10:38
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