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Linear and Quadratic Square (Posted on 2015-03-15) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Each of A and B is a positive integer with gcd(A,B) =1 such that each of
A2 + 2*B2 and A + 2*B is a perfect square.

What is the smallest value of A + 2*B for which this is possible? Determine the next two smallest values of A+2*B that satisfy the given conditions.

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Some Thoughtsre(2): A way not to do it.broll2016-06-14 05:10:32
re: A way not to do it.Jer2015-03-16 11:51:33
Some ThoughtsA way not to do it.broll2015-03-16 01:18:47
Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2015-03-15 12:52:08
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