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Pandigital Squares (Posted on 2006-09-01) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Harry, Tom and I each found a four-digit perfect square and two three-digit perfect squares that among them used all the digits 0 - 9. No two solutions were identical. If I told you how many squares my solution had in common with each of the other two, you could deduce which squares formed my solution.

Which squares formed my solution?

Which square or squares (if any) did Harry's and Tom's solutions have in common?

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  Subject Author Date
AnswerK Sengupta2009-01-01 16:07:41
re: Solutionvj2006-09-04 05:46:54
SolutionSolutionDej Mar2006-09-01 12:27:34
solutionvj2006-09-01 09:13:14
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