Here's a math puzzle for you:
Suppose f is a function from the natural numbers (1,2,3...) to the natural numbers, and (f(m)+n)(f(n)+m) is a square for all m,n. What functions f have this property?
It's easy to guess what f has to be, but the puzzle is to prove that the possibilities for f are limited to your guess - or show what other possibilities there are.
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