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# A whole number is said to be a square if it is equal to some whole number multiplied by itself. The following are square numbers: 25 (5 X 5) and 144 (12 X 12). How would you place the numbers 1 to 15 next to each other (without repeating any of them) in such a way that the sum of the numbers in any two consecutive space is always a square?

Question #23813. Asked by Domonic. (Nov 02 02 4:48 PM)

Bryce

9,7,2,14,11,5,4,12,13,3,6,10,15,1,8.

 Nov 03 02, 4:37 AM

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