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 A222154 Numbers n such that there are three distinct triples (k, k+n, k+2n) of squares. 5
 3360, 13440, 30240, 43680, 53760, 84000, 120960, 127680, 164640, 174720, 215040, 272160, 336000, 393120, 406560, 483840, 510720, 567840, 658560, 665280, 698880, 756000, 860160, 971040, 1088640, 1092000, 1145760, 1149120, 1212960, 1344000, 1367520, 1481760 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 LINKS Zdenek Cervenka, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..93 EXAMPLE The following 3 triples have a common difference of 3360: (2^2, 58^2, 82^2), (46^2, 74^2, 94^2), and (97^2, 113^2, 127^2). CROSSREFS Cf. A198387, A222155. Sequence in context: A251831 A104938 A179704 * A159000 A032773 A323965 Adjacent sequences: A222151 A222152 A222153 * A222155 A222156 A222157 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Zdenek Cervenka, Feb 10 2013 STATUS approved

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