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Squares and Cubes (Posted on 2003-12-06) Difficulty: 2 of 5
What are the two smallest positive whole numbers the difference of whose squares is a cube and the difference of whose cubes is a square ?

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Some ThoughtsPossible solutionbroll2011-05-09 05:59:43
answerK Sengupta2007-03-08 12:32:06
Could it be...?Marc2005-06-07 18:37:41
re: Analytic General SolutionStephen Morris2003-12-14 21:42:23
SolutionAnalytic General SolutionStephen Morris2003-12-14 21:37:55
Any other primitive solutions?Brian Smith2003-12-09 10:35:35
re(4): And after that there's...Richard2003-12-07 15:07:21
re(2): And after that there's...brianjn2003-12-07 00:31:47
re(3): And after that there's...Tristan2003-12-06 23:35:57
re(2): And after that there's...Charlie2003-12-06 22:46:42
re: And after that there's...Richard2003-12-06 21:44:54
re(2): Nontrivial ImpliedRichard2003-12-06 16:32:26
re: Nontrivial ImpliedCharlie2003-12-06 13:52:06
Nontrivial ImpliedRichard2003-12-06 12:57:37
re(2): Different?Victor Zapana2003-12-06 12:47:42
re: Different?Eduardo Guerrero2003-12-06 12:31:42
No SubjectVictor Zapana2003-12-06 12:25:24
re: And after that there's...Victor Zapana2003-12-06 12:24:37
SolutionAnd after that there's...Charlie2003-12-06 11:22:41
SolutionThe second solution?Federico Kereki2003-12-06 11:10:42
SolutionEasy!Eduardo Guerrero2003-12-06 11:00:14
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