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 A156684 The number of primitive Pythagorean triples A^2+B^2=C^2 with 0 < A < B < C and gcd(A,B)=1, and both legs less than n. 1
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 OFFSET 1,13 COMMENTS For large N, Benito and Varona have shown that a(N)~2/pi^2 Log(1+sqrt(2)).N +O(sqrt(N)). However, the approximations to a(N)/N are considerably more accurate than the error term suggests, and it certainly appears that the density of the primitive triples with both legs less than N tends towards 2/pi^2 Log(1+sqrt(2))=0.1786... as N becomes large. LINKS Ray Chandler, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..10000 Manuel Benito and Juan L. Varona, Pythagorean triangles with legs less than n, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics 143, (2002), pp. 117-126. EXAMPLE There are two primitive triples with both legs less than 14, specifically (3,4,5) and (5,12,13). Hence a(14)=2. MATHEMATICA PrimitivePythagoreanTriplets[n_]:=Module[{t={{3, 4, 5}}, i=4, j=5}, While[i

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