How many Pythagorean triangles are there whose area is expressed by 9 different digits?
Provide the values for the smallest and the biggest of them.
(In reply to att: Charlie
by Ady TZIDON)
There could be a few interesting sequences here:
A sequence of all possible areas of PTs that have all digits distinct.
A(n)=the number of possible areas of PTs with n distinct digits for n=0,...,10
You could also remove the word 'distinct' but I might guess those exist already.
You could also add the word 'primitive' to each.
So that's 8 sequences right there.
Posted by Jer
on 2013-09-18 11:31:48