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DIGITAL SQUARE NUMBERS.





(Money Puzzles)
Here are the nine digits so arranged that they form four square numbers:
9, 81, 324, 576. Now, can you put them all together so as to form a
single square number--(I) the smallest possible, and (II) the largest
possible?


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