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 Get one half by squaring (Posted on 2004-09-20)
Can you solve the following equation?

½ = 1/x² + 1/y² +...+ 1/z²

All variables must be different, positive integers, and there must be a finite number of terms.

 See The Solution Submitted by Federico Kereki Rating: 4.2500 (12 votes)

 Subject Author Date My thoughts Danish Ahmed Khan 2012-10-24 15:04:23 Cannot do with 6 Avin 2004-11-09 10:46:57 Less than 9? e.g. 2004-09-30 14:47:33 re: 9 terms (or beating dead horse) e.g. 2004-09-23 12:35:15 re: 9 terms (or beating dead horse) David Shin 2004-09-22 21:11:35 Continue Beating the Horse... David Shin 2004-09-22 21:05:41 9 terms (or beating dead horse) Rajal 2004-09-22 19:21:04 Shorter solutions? Old Original Oskar! 2004-09-22 05:52:24 re: An eleven terms solution Gamer 2004-09-21 23:31:23 10 terms... Tristan 2004-09-21 22:04:06 re: An eleven terms solution Nosher 2004-09-21 22:01:52 re: An eleven terms solution Richard 2004-09-21 21:40:53 re: An eleven terms solution David Shin 2004-09-21 21:18:11 An eleven terms solution e.g. 2004-09-21 19:39:13 re(2): The best that my program can do Charlie 2004-09-21 14:24:45 Food for Thought Richard 2004-09-21 13:47:09 re: The best that my program can do Jer 2004-09-21 13:12:31 The best that my program can do Charlie 2004-09-21 10:29:01 re(2): Solution np_rt 2004-09-21 10:27:16 re: infinite solution David Shin 2004-09-21 01:25:19 infinite solution Tristan 2004-09-21 00:52:58 A Conjecture David Shin 2004-09-20 23:40:38 re(2): Solution David Shin 2004-09-20 22:51:37 re: Solution Richard 2004-09-20 22:02:34 Solution np_rt 2004-09-20 21:37:43 You're right, David xdog 2004-09-20 20:52:30 re: No Subject David Shin 2004-09-20 18:44:26 No Subject xdog 2004-09-20 18:25:08 Only way I see... bob909 2004-09-20 17:34:38 re: Can it be done? e.g. 2004-09-20 15:56:14 Can it be done? Jer 2004-09-20 13:33:25

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