%I
%S 29,37,19,19,19,31,19,17,19,23,29,31,31,37,37,47,43,47,53,59,59,59,71,
%T 67,71,73,79,79,83,83,97,97,101,101,109,109,127,127,127,137,139,131,
%U 149,139,151,149,163,167,191,173,167,179,179,191,191,193,193,193,199,211
%N Maximum prime required in the representation of the square of the nth prime A000040(n) by a signed sum of squares of distinct other primes minimizing the number of terms in the sum.
%C a(1) requires 6 squares, a(2) requires 8, a(3) requires 5 and a(4) through a(70) require 3.  _David Wasserman_, Sep 01 2005
%H T. Lassila, H. Pfoertner et al., <a href="http://groups.google.com/group/sci.math/browse_thread/thread/78e4c851ebdb9280/d8a1aed3599aefe8">Sum of unique prime squares?</a> Thread in NG sci.math, Oct 21 2003.
%e The first representations different from those in A089296 are
%e a(6)=31: 13^2 = 169 = 31^2  29^2 + 7^2 = 31^2 + 29^2 + 17^2
%e a(10)=23: 29^2 = 841 = 23^2 + 19^2  7^2
%e a(11)=29: 31^2 = 961 = 29^2 + 13^2  7^2
%Y Cf. A088934 representation of n by distinct squares of primes, A089296 representation of (nth prime)^2 with maximum term minimized.
%K nonn
%O 1,1
%A _Hugo Pfoertner_, Nov 18 2003
%E More terms from _David Wasserman_, Sep 01 2005
