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Problem on Consecutive Sequence Sums that are Squares
Here is a seemingly simple Problem: I have two natural numbers n and m, n < m such that S1:= n +...+ m is a square and also S2:= n +...+ m + (m+1) is a square. Problem a) : Find n and m. You ...
Jan 14 at 19:38
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