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All My Digits
All my digits are non-zero perfect squares. If you treat my first two digits as a two-digit number, and treat my last two digits as a two-digit number, the sum of these two numbers is also a perfect square. If I am a three digit number, what numbers could I be?
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What number am I?
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What number am I?
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If you subtract my first, second, and third digit from my last digit, you get a perfect square.
If you subtract my third digit from my first digit, you get a perfect square.
Oh, by the way, I'm a perfect square.
What year am I?
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