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Puzzle #565 - Q42. of CAT 2012
05-Apr-19
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The following question appeared in the QA section of the CAT 2012 exam. 

Q42. Find three distinct integers, A, B and C, where A + B, A + C, B + C, A - B, A - c, and B - C are all squares of integers.

The three integers aren't necessarily positive.

Find the set [A, B, C] with the smallest A + B + C.
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