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 A274033 Numbers n such that n = a^2 + b^4 and n^2 = c^3 + d^5 for some positive integers a, b, c, d. 0
 81250, 1062882, 11529602, 12500000, 170061120, 200000000, 2662400000, 5897400777, 7309688832, 12814453125, 34297420960, 37019531250 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS In other words, values of a^2 + b^4 such that (a^2 + b^4)^2 is of the form c^3 + d^5 where a, b, c, d > 0. 81250 is the least number with this property. Sequence is infinite: If n = a^2 + b^4 and n^2 = c^3 + d^5, then n*k^60 = (a*k^30)^2 + (b*k^15)^4 and (n*k^60)^2 = (c*k^40)^3 + (d*k^24)^5. So if n is in this sequence, then n*k^60 is in this sequence for all nonzero values of k. LINKS EXAMPLE 81250 is a term because 81250 = 175^2 + 15^4 and 81250^2 = 1875^3 + 25^5. CROSSREFS Cf. A100293, A111925. Sequence in context: A252625 A233994 A237942 * A029752 A043608 A249231 Adjacent sequences: A274030 A274031 A274032 * A274034 A274035 A274036 KEYWORD nonn,more AUTHOR Altug Alkan, Jun 07 2016 EXTENSIONS a(2)-a(6) from Giovanni Resta, Jun 07 2016 a(7) from Chai Wah Wu, Jun 14 2016 a(8)-a(12) from Chai Wah Wu, Jul 07 2016 STATUS approved

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