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AABBCC and Perfect Square (Posted on 2016-11-09) Difficulty: 4 of 5
N is a perfect square such that the last six digits of N is of the form AABBCC where A, B and C are distinct base ten digits and A is nonzero.

Find the smallest value of N.

What if C shouldn't be zero?

** AABBCC represents the concatenation of the digits and not their product.

*** For an extra challenge solve this puzzle without using a computer program.

No Solution Yet Submitted by K Sengupta    
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  Subject Author Date
Solutionre: better solutionAdy TZIDON2016-11-09 14:30:27
better solutionJer2016-11-09 13:49:09
Solutioncomputer solutionCharlie2016-11-09 13:37:06
Hints/TipsC not zero - hintAdy TZIDON2016-11-09 13:23:26
Some ThoughtsPossible solutionJer2016-11-09 13:19:24
Hints/TipsC=0 part onlyAdy TZIDON2016-11-09 13:02:31
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