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**Zeno** Thank you very much!

I think you meant $\displaystyle n^3+ 3n^2+ 5n+ 3= 9m^3$ though.

You actually typed $\displaystyle n^3+ 3n^2+ 6n+ 3= 9m^3$

But I see the big picture now.

I thought that would be an easy calculation.

But now how do I go about finding m & n's that are whole number solutions to that equation?

I'm seeking a quick way to generate a list of these consecutive equations.

When I type this into spreadsheet and chose an arbitrary n I get solutions for m that aren't whole numbers, or vice versa.

I would settle for a list on the Internet of these consecutive equations if someone knows where I can find such a list.

Surely these must have been calculated by someone at some point in time.