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A PROBLEM IN SQUARES.





(Money Puzzles)
We possess three square boards. The surface of the first contains five
square feet more than the second, and the second contains five square
feet more than the third. Can you give exact measurements for the sides
of the boards? If you can solve this little puzzle, then try to find
three squares in arithmetical progression, with a common difference of 7
and also of 13.


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