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A178919 Smallest of three consecutive integers divisible respectively by three consecutive squares greater than 1. 0

%I

%S 2223,5823,9423,13023,16623,20223,23823,27423,31023,32975,34623,38223,

%T 41823,45423,49023,52623,56223,59823,63423,67023,70623,74223,77075,

%U 77823,81423,85023,88623,92223,95823,99423,103023,106623,110223

%N Smallest of three consecutive integers divisible respectively by three consecutive squares greater than 1.

%e 5823 is a term as 5823, 5824 and 5825 are divisible by 9, 16 and 25 respectively.

%p with(numtheory):for n from 1 to 200000 do: k:=0:q:=floor(sqrt(n)):for m from

%p 2 to q do: p1:=m^2:p2:=(m+1)^2:p3:=(m+2)^2:if irem(n,p1)=0 and irem(n+1,p2)=0

%p and irem(n+2,p3)=0 and k=0 then k:=1:printf(`%d, `,n):else fi:od:od:

%o (Sage) is_A178919 = lambda n: any(all(((k+x)**2).divides(n+x) for x in range(3)) for k in divisors(n) if k > 1) # [D. S. McNeil, Dec 29 2010]

%Y Cf. A178918

%K nonn

%O 1,1

%A _Michel Lagneau_, Dec 29 2010

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