## Problem 360

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FreeT
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### Problem 360

Just to clarify - would (0,0,1) and (1,0,0) be considered two different elements?

hk
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### Re: Problem 360

Yes, and (0,1,0) too.

Alex-82w4
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### Re: Problem 360

Does the number of all integer points on the surface of the sphere with radius 45 equal 1098?

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traxex
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### Re: Problem 360

No, I don't think so. Were you able to reproduce the value S(45)=34518?
Technically, everyone is full of himself.

Alex-82w4
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### Re: Problem 360

I googled and fixed my calculations. I got S(45)=34518

And number of points is 510.

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### Re: Problem 360

Are there [snip] points for $radius =10^{10}$?
Last edited by RobertStanforth on Sun Feb 04, 2018 6:01 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Partial answer removed by moderator

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