%I
%S 18530,38114,45986,65570
%N Euler's fearsome foursome.
%C Four distinct positive integers the sum of any two of which is a square, two of the squares being equal.
%C Dunham calls them "Euler's fearsome foursome", but neglects to require that two of the sums be equal. Liu requires it and explains Euler's derivation.
%D W. Dunham, Euler: The Master of Us All, MAA, 1999, p. 7.
%D L. Euler, Opera Omnia, vol. 5, pp. 337  339, supplement to Paper 796.
%H Paul Liu, <a href="http://math.fau.edu/yiu/eulernotes99.pdf">The Elementary Mathematical Works of Leonhard Euler (1707  1783)</a>, pp. 129133.
%e If (A, B, C, D) = (18530, 38114, 45986, 65570), then A+D = B+C = 290^2, A+C = 254^2, C+D = 334^2, A+B = 238^2, and B+D = 322^2.
%Y Cf. A229077.
%K nonn,fini,full
%O 1,1
%A _Jonathan Sondow_, Sep 12 2013
