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 A345285 Sides of primary squares of type 1 (A344331). A primary square of type 1 is the smallest square that can be tiled with squares of two different sides a < b, so that the numbers of small and large squares are equal. 2
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 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS Notation: s = side of the primary tiled squares, a = side of small squares, b = side of large squares, and z = number of small squares = number of large squares. Every term is of the form s = a*b * (a^2+b^2), with 1 <= a < b, and corresponding z = (a*b)^2 * (a^2+b^2) (A345286). Every such primary square is composed of m = a*b * (a^2+b^2) elementary rectangles of length L = a^2+b^2 and width W = a*b, so with an area A = a*b * (a^2+b^2) = m. If gcd(a, b) = 1, then primitive sides of square s = a*b * (a^2+b^2) are in A344333 that is a subsequence. If a = 1 and b = n > 1, then sides of squares s = n * (n^2+1) form the subsequence A034262 \ {0, 1}. If q is a term and integer r > 1, then q * r^4 is another term. Every term is even. REFERENCES Ivan Yashchenko, Invitation to a Mathematical Festival, pp. 10 and 102, MSRI, Mathematical Circles Library, 2013. LINKS EXAMPLE a(1) = 10 and the primary square 10 X 10 can be tiled with A345286(1) = 20 small squares with side a = 1 and 20 large squares with side b = 2.       ___ ___ _ ___ ___ _      |   |   |_|   |   |_|      |___|___|_|___|___|_|      |   |   |_|   |   |_|     with 10 elementary 2 X 5 rectangles      |___|___|_|___|___|_|      |   |   |_|   |   |_|              ___ ___ _      |___|___|_|___|___|_|             |   |   |_|      |   |   |_|   |   |_|             |___|___|_|      |___|___|_|___|___|_|      |   |   |_|   |   |_|      |___|___|_|___|___|_| a(6) = 160 is the first side of an primary square that is not primitive and it corresponds to (a,b) = (2,4); the square 160 X 160 can be tiled with A345286(6) = 1280 small squares with side a = 2 and 1280 large squares with side b = 4. CROSSREFS Cf. A034262, A344330, A344333, A344334, A345286, A345287. Subsequence of A344331. Sequence in context: A255601 A104044 A124080 * A344333 A034127 A229466 Adjacent sequences:  A345282 A345283 A345284 * A345286 A345287 A345288 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Bernard Schott, Jun 13 2021 STATUS approved

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