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Sequence of Squares 2 (Posted on 2004-12-01) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Show that there exist an infinite number of infinite sequences of distinct positive integers a, b, c, d, ... for which a+1, ab+1, abc+1, abcd+1, ... are all squares.

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commentPemmadu Raghu Ramaiah2005-01-24 19:26:36
SolutionA different solutionJer2004-12-01 17:47:18
SolutionSolutione.g.2004-12-01 17:19:53
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