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Sum of cubes and squares (Posted on 2011-08-28) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Consider N positive integers which are not necessarily distinct such that their sum of cubes is equal to 2011 (base ten) and their sum of squares is a perfect square.

Determine the smallest value of N for which this is possible. What is the next smallest value of N?

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Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2011-08-28 21:24:16
solutionDaniel2011-08-28 19:06:43
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