%I
%S 1044976,1541468,11331151,15579791,16410368,33543196,46539324,
%T 72697500,302272796,528292607
%N Numbers d such that the equation d =x^5y^2 has more than 2 distinct nonnegative integer solutions.
%H A. Bremner, <a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10586458.2008.10129039">On the Equation Y^2 = X^5 + k</a>, Experimental Mathematics 2008 Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 371374.
%e a(1)=1044976 because 1044976=16^560^2 and 1044976=20^51468^2 and 1044976=41^510715^2;
%e a(3)=11331151 because 11331151=35^56418^2 and 11331151=40^59543^2 and 11331151=56^523225^2 and 11331151=386^52927305^2.
%Y Cf. A179107, A179108, A179109, A179386, A179387, A179388, A179406, A179407, A179408, A179439, A179447.
%K nonn,more
%O 1,1
%A _Artur Jasinski_, Jul 14 2010
