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UN cargo (Posted on 2013-03-13) Difficulty: 4 of 5
A triplet (1,25,49) represents 3 perfect squares forming an arithmetic progression.

1. Provide few additional samples like the above.
2. What can be said about the possible values of d (the constant
difference between the adjacent members of an arithmetic progression)?
3. How relates the title of my post to its contents?

No Solution Yet Submitted by Ady TZIDON    
Rating: 4.5000 (2 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
answerDej Mar2013-03-14 11:32:08
re(4): Possible solution...2 hintsbroll2013-03-14 07:23:47
Some Thoughtsre(3): Possible solution...2 hintsAdy TZIDON2013-03-14 07:03:50
Some Thoughtsre(2): Possible solution...2 hintsbroll2013-03-14 05:55:29
Hints/Tipsre: No SubjectAdy TZIDON2013-03-14 03:30:38
Some Thoughtsfirst fewCharlie2013-03-14 00:04:46
No Subjectxdog2013-03-13 22:20:38
Hints/Tipsre: Possible solution...2 hintsAdy TZIDON2013-03-13 15:34:35
Some ThoughtsPossible solutionbroll2013-03-13 12:11:52
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