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Here is the answer to the puzzle I posted a few days back.
The original Puzzle was:-

Nine digits, other than zero, can be arranged uniquely to form four numbers which are all squares:-

9 (32) 81 (92) 324 (182) 576 (242)

What is the smallest possible square number comprising all nine digits together, and the largest square number comprising all nine digits together?

The answers are:- (smallest) 139,854,276 (118262) and (largest) 923,187,456 (303842).

The first correct answer came in from Balaji Ramanathan. Congratulations.

– The Vedic Maths Forum India


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