# geometry

find this pattern: 10,40,90,61,52,63,94,46,18
and find the next 2 terms in the sequence

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1. 10->01=1*1
40->04=2*2
90->09=3*3
61->16=4*4
52->25=5*5
63->36=6*6
94->49=7*7
46->64=8*8
18->81=9*9

A:001->100=10*10
121->121=11*11

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