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Re: Can we prove that it is never a square?


Actually this turned out to be quite easy by hand:
The expression lies between Q^2 and (Q+1)^2 for n > 17 where Q = n^6 - 5n^4 + 7 n^2 + 65 (thanks to Dave Rusin for pointing this out).
Kent Holing


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