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Homework Help: algebra.....

Posted by can u please help me! on Monday, February 18, 2013 at 1:05am.

N is a 3-digit number that is a perfect square. When the first digit is increased by 1, the second digit is increased by 2, the third digit is increased by 3, the result is still a perfect square. Determine N.

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