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(2): Do i err ?? by Ady TZIDON)
In my program, only A and B were necessarily getting larger in sum (actually the square roots). C would take up whatever slack. A formal proof would have to include what possible factors C could have as a result and limits on the smallness of C (can't be 1, 2, 3, 4, but could be 5, 6, ... as necessary to fill in for large A and B).

Posted by Charlie
on 20140529 09:35:11 