Q: When you subtract one square number from the other the answer is 9 what are the two square numbers?

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9 and 1

The two square numbers would be 9 and 1 ( (3 x 3)-(1 x 1) )

The number subtracted is 16 (42). The other square number is 25 (52). *If you include zero, the pair 9 (32) and 0 (02) also fits the equation.

'Zero' and any other number.

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They are 1 and 4.

9 and 25.

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9 and 1

42-22=16-4=12

The two square numbers would be 9 and 1 ( (3 x 3)-(1 x 1) )

They are 4 and 16.

The roots are 4 and 5. If you subtract the square number 16 (4X4) from the square number 25 (5X5), you would get 9.

The number subtracted is 16 (42). The other square number is 25 (52). *If you include zero, the pair 9 (32) and 0 (02) also fits the equation.

Square numbers have an odd number of factors.

'Zero' and any other number.

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