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Celebrity Squares (Posted on 2011-03-29) Difficulty: 3 of 5

Three different 5-digit perfect squares between them use five different digits. No two of these squares share a common first digit, nor a common last digit. Each of the five digits is used a different number of times, the five numbers of times being the same as the five digits of the perfect squares. At least 3 digits are used their own number of times. What are the three squares? (Theme suggested by New Scientist, March 2011)

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solutionbroll2011-04-21 06:59:45
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