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Lucas squares (Posted on 2013-12-15) Difficulty: 3 of 5

Let n be an integer, and let (Ln) signify the nth Lucas Number.

((Ln)2+(Ln+1)2)2 - 5((L2n+2)*(L2n)-1) = 0

Prove it!

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re(5): Long solution.broll2013-12-17 22:39:34
re(4): Long solution.Jer2013-12-17 11:06:49
re(3): Long solution.broll2013-12-17 03:15:58
re(2): Long solution.Jer2013-12-16 15:46:27
Questionre: Long solution.broll2013-12-16 14:06:09
SolutionLong solution.Jer2013-12-16 09:33:17
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