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Square pairs (Posted on 2005-01-09) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Back in An Arrangement of 15 you were asked to place the numbers 1 to 15 in a line so that any two adjacent numbers summed to a square number.

Now, try to arrange the numbers from 1 to 32 in a circle, so any two adjacent numbers again sum a square number.

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Rating: 4.3333 (12 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
CommentK Sengupta2005-07-01 07:03:42
This is great thought in fact !Pemmadu Raghu Ramaiah2005-01-24 19:07:00
re(2): Non-Computer-Aided Solution - NO TRIAL AND ERROR NEEDEDjimmy prinz2005-01-13 04:26:14
Solutionre: Non-Computer-Aided Solution - NO TRIAL AND ERROR NEEDEDnikki2005-01-10 19:42:40
SolutionGraph theoryOld Original Oskar!2005-01-10 17:04:35
Graphical waybernie2005-01-10 13:19:01
re(2): beginningLarry2005-01-09 23:41:29
Non-Computer-Aided Solutionnp_rt2005-01-09 20:16:43
SolutionSolution, by handHugo2005-01-09 20:07:28
SolutionComputer Solution--SpoilerCharlie2005-01-09 19:25:52
re: beginningnp_rt2005-01-09 18:00:39
beginningLarry2005-01-09 16:23:48
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