Determine all possible triplets of nonzero perfect squares
(A, B, C) that satisfy this equation:
1 2 3 2
--- + --- + --- = ---
A B C 3
Prove that there are no others.
(In reply to re: Do i err ??
My question was figurative and rhetoric .
There is clearly no need to check values bigger than 9 and expect
that a miracle will happen - the left size of the equation is getting smaller, the right side is a constant ... "and never the twain shall meet,"
I rated this puzzle 1 - do I err?
Edited on May 28, 2014, 3:48 pm