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Squares inside Squares


A certain four-digit square number is formed when two two-digit numbers are placed next to each other. If the number represented by the first two digits is one more than the number represented by the last two digits, and if the number represented by the last two digits is a perfect square, find the four-digit square number.

(Source: Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, Jan 1997)



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