# 3370501

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On the first page of his algebraic number theory text, K. B. Stolarsky said that to solve *y*^2 + 999 = *x*^3 in positive integers is a problem one which "a fool can ask, but a thousand wise men cannot answer." There are just six solutions and 3370501 is the largest of the *y* values. [Beedassy]

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