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Unique distancing: https://oscarcunningham.com/670/unique-distancing-problem/

How many points can you place in an \(n\times n\) grid so that all pairwise distances are distinct? The linked post concerns whether \(n\) points are possible (no for all but finitely many cases because there are too many pairs and too few sums of squares) but it also looks interesting to maximize the number of points.

domotorp@domotorp@mathstodon.xyz@11011110 See the problem here too: https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/1208087/maximum-number-of-points-you-can-put-on-grid-n-times-m-with-no-equidistant