## (a,b,c) in AP; a+b, b+c, c+a form a Chain of squares — Part 2

$(a,b,c)$   are chosen so that they form an arithmetic progression and
$a+b$,   $b+c$,   $c+a$   form a Chain of squares

Note the squares in columns   $(a+b)$   and   $(b+c)$

Here are the first few solutions: