[seqfan] Re: Minimal k > n such that (4k+3n)(4n+3k) is square
Susanne Wienand
susanne.wienand at gmail.com
Fri Dec 27 08:31:46 CET 2013
Dear seqfans,
other ratios of coprime (n,k) which fulfil (3k+4n)(4k+3n) = square number
can be appended to (1,393), (4,109), (13,132), (24,157) etc like dominoes:
(1,393), (393,1177), (1177,2353), (2353,3921), (3921,5881), (5881 8233)...
(4,109), (109,312), (312,613), (613,1012), (1012,1509), (1509,2104)...
(13,132), (132,349), (349,664), (664,1077), (1077,1588), (1588,2197)...
(24,157), (157,388), (388,717), (717,1144), (1144,1669), (1669,2292)...
The same numbers can be reached twice:
(321,7153), (7153,20257)
(769,3289), (3289,7377), (7377,13033), (13033,20257)...
Regards
Susanne
2013/12/26 Kevin Ryde <user42 at zip.com.au>
> charles.greathouse at case.edu (Charles Greathouse) writes:
> >
> > If there is no n < k < 109n/4 with (4k+3n)(4n+3k) square, then a(n) =
> 393n.
>
> I tried continuing past 393 where there's further multipliers
>
> f=393, 76441, 14829361, 2876819793
>
> which is solutions to 12*f^2+25*f+12=square, excluding multiples of
> earlier solutions, and which therefore k=f*n gives (4k+3n)(4n+3k)=square
> for any n.
>
> It seems when a particular n allows f=109/4=27.25 that there's a single
> extra solution between the integer ones. Eg. n=4
>
> f = 109/4 = 27.2500
> 393
> 21949/4 = 5487.2500
> 76441
> 4258797/4 = 1064699.2500
>
> But when there's more than one solution they're in pairs. Eg. n=13
>
> f = 10.1538 = 132/13 \ new pair
> 70.4615 = 916/13 /
> 393
> 2170.4615 = 28216/13 \ new pair
> 13870.1538 = 180312/13 /
> 76441
> 421259.3846 = 5476372/13 \ new pair
> 2690939.3846 = 34982212/13 /
> 14829361
>
> It's possible to have a mixture of 27.25 and pairs. Eg. n=24
>
> f = 157/24 = 6.5417 <----+
> 654/24 = 27.2500 <- single |- pair
> 2509/24 = 104.5417 <----+
> 393
> 35269/24 = 1469.5417
> 131694/24 = 5487.2500
> 491557/24 = 20481.5417
> 76441
>
> Dunno if this is always so or if it has any significance.
>
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