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Topic: An Unsolved Problem of Mine #2
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Leroy Quet

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An Unsolved Problem of Mine #2
Posted: Nov 19, 2000 12:36 PM
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Let s_m = sum_{k=1}^m [1/k^2].
Now, s_m is a square of a rational for m = 1 and 3.
Is it a rational squared for any other m?
If so, are there an infinite number of m which lead to s_m = square of
rational?
Thanks,
Leroy Quet






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