Recall that a perfect square is the square of some integer. How many perfect squares less than 1,000 can be represented as the difference of two consecutive perfect squares?

Guest Jul 10, 2021

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Recall that a perfect square is the square of some integer. How many perfect squares less than 1,000 can be represented as the difference of two consecutive perfect squares?

so... how many Pythagorean triads are there such that the smallest one squared is less than 1000

Pythagorean triads with a prime number

sqrt(1000) = 31.6227766016837933

I get 16 but there is probably a much better way to do it.

Melody Jul 11, 2021