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 A215365 Primitive integer length of the side of an origin-centered square that contains inside its boundary a point with integer coordinates that is an integer distance from three of the four corners. 1
 52, 700, 740, 996, 3364, 6240, 7800, 8400, 10952, 11184, 11352, 11492, 11484, 13156, 20280, 20988, 21320, 22472, 26180, 26588, 28168, 34500, 39988, 40680, 43700, 44944, 45976, 49500, 58956, 70448, 77500, 90168, 103896, 105468, 106200, 115752, 118636, 124620, 129000 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS No point with integer distance to all four corners is known. The sequence only contains even values because an odd-sided square centered at the origin has corners with non-integer coordinates, which cannot be at integer distance from interior lattice points. If the square instead of being centered at the origin has a corner on the origin, then the resulting sequence is A260549. - Giovanni Resta, Jul 29 2015 LINKS Yasushi Ieno, Other special cases of a square problem, arXiv:2111.02888 [math.GM], 2021. Yang Ji, Several special cases of a square problem, arXiv:2105.05250 [math.GM], 2021. G. Shute and K. L. Yocom, Problem 966. Seven integral distances, Math. Mag. 50, 166 (1977). UnsolvedProblems Web Site, Rational Distance EXAMPLE With n = side length, we find an a,b such that a^2 + b^2 = d1^2, a^2 + (n-b)^2 = d2^2, b^2 + (n-a)^2 = d3^2, (n-a)^2 + (n-b)^2 = d4^2 is true in integers for three of these four equations. n = 52 is the first, with a=7 and b=24. PROG (PARI) has(n)=for(a=1, n-1, for(b=a, n-1, if(issquare(norml2([a, b])) + issquare(norml2([n-a, b])) + issquare(norml2([a, n-b])) + issquare(norml2([n-a, n-b])) > 2, return(1)))); 0 is(n)=sumdiv(n, d, has(d))==1 \\ Charles R Greathouse IV, Jul 28 2015 CROSSREFS Cf. A260549. Sequence in context: A254137 A249712 A255945 * A339142 A264309 A160344 Adjacent sequences:  A215362 A215363 A215364 * A215366 A215367 A215368 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Mark Underwood, Aug 08 2012 EXTENSIONS Data corrected and name improved by Mark Underwood, Jul 28 2015 a(7)-a(39) from Giovanni Resta, Jul 29 2015 STATUS approved

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