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That is twice the root plus two, results similarly twice the cube plus six times the square plus four times the root. ge. de. dz.. bd. gd. ge.. dz. bd. gd. de.. , bd. ab. bg. ag. bg.. ab. bg. agf. bg. ag. is four. dz. ab. , de.. This is what had to be shown. E. Sigler of all the squares of the given even numbers. By the same way and method again, if consecutive multiples of three are taken in ascending order beginning with three, the triple product of the last of them, the number following it, and the sum of both, equals eighteen times the sum of all the squares of the given numbers ascending by three.
250 problems in elementary number theory by Waclaw Sierpinski