[seqfan] Prepend k to square to get another square!
zak seidov
zakseidov at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 28 08:43:24 CET 2009
Dear seqfans,
1. Prepend k (from the list) to square
to get another square!
k=
25,26,37,38,40,41,43,59,61,62,64,65,97,100,101,103,124,125,127,157,158,160,190,191,193,194,196,197,199,200
1a. Or prove that it's impossible for such k's.
2. Find more such k's!
3. Any theory behind this?
4. Thanks,
Zak
P.S. It's easy to do it with k=186,
just prepend 186 to 865625^2:
865625^2 =
749306640625 and
186749306640625=13665625^2
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