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Extensions of a Sum-of-Squares Problem

All but finite numbers of integers can be written as a sum of \(N\) squares, where \(N\) is between 5 and 156.

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1746
Author(s): 
Kelly Jackson (Glassboro State College), Francis Masat (Glassboro State College), and Robert Michell (Glassboro State College)
Publication Date: 
Monday, August 4, 2008
Original Publication Source: 
Mathematics Magazine
Original Publication Date: 
February, 1993
Subject(s): 
Numbers and Computation
Patterns and Sequences
Number Patterns
Topic(s): 
Numbers With Special Forms or Properties, Sums of Powers
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25.00
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70.00
Rating Average: 
2.80
Author (old format): 
Kelly Jackson , Francis Masat (Glasboro State College), and Robert Michell (Glasboro State College)
Applicable Course(s): 
4.3 Number Theory
Modify Date: 
Friday, August 24, 2012
Average: 2.8 (25 votes)

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