For an equation such as below:

(n1)^2 + (n2)^2 + (n3)^2 = 7^2 = 49

How would you figure out how many combinations of differents n's there are to satisfy the above equation? Or in general,

(n1)^2 + (n2)^2 + (n3)^2 = N^2

Thanks

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- October 14th 2010, 08:46 PMafried01sum of squares
For an equation such as below:

(n1)^2 + (n2)^2 + (n3)^2 = 7^2 = 49

How would you figure out how many combinations of differents n's there are to satisfy the above equation? Or in general,

(n1)^2 + (n2)^2 + (n3)^2 = N^2

Thanks - October 16th 2010, 06:25 PMchiph588@
See here.