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Even and Odd Digit Numbers (Posted on 2023-09-08) Difficulty: 3 of 5
(A) Two different five digit base ten numbers M and N are constituted entirely by even digits.
What is the least value of M+N, given that M*N is a perfect square?

(B) Two different five digit numbers M and N are constituted entirely by odd digits.
What is the least value of M+N, given that M*N is a perfect square?

See The Solution Submitted by K Sengupta    
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Solutiongoing from perfect squares to their divisorsCharlie2023-09-08 11:37:35
SolutionComputer solutionLarry2023-09-08 08:46:11
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