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Topic: The smallest square (x^2) with nine 9's
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Jim Gillogly

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Re: The smallest square (x^2) with nine 9's
Posted: Sep 3, 2003 9:13 PM
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Adrian wrote:
> "John D." wrote:
>

>><snip>
>>

>>>What is the smallest square (x^2) with nine 9's?
>>>
>>>...
>>>The smallest square (x^2) with four 9's?
>>>
>>>The smallest square (x^2) with three 9's?

>
>><snip>
>
> The answers are:
> 0^2 or 1^2
> 3^2
> 63^2
> 173^2
> 1414^2
> 17313^2
> 53937^2
> 138923^2
> 953937^2
> 3082207^2

31622764^2
99849687^2
>
> but why would anyone want to know that?


Beats me.

Doug Norris wrote:
> And 19's not a square, at least under the common definition.

Isn't it 5^2? Oh, you meant decimal!
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Jim Gillogly
Highday, 9 Halimath S.R. 2003, 00:00
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