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I am a perfect square that is 11 more than a perfect square and 13 less than a perfect square. whcih number am I?

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    The # is grater than 11:

    4^2 = 16.
    5^2 = 25.
    6^2 = 36.
    7^2 = 49.

    36 is 11 greater than 25 and 13 less than 49. Therefore the # 1s 36.

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