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Number of Squares in a Square
How many squares can you find in the grid? This Demonstration shows how these three things are related: the concept of a square number, a visual puzzle, and the formula for the sum of the first
square numbers, which is
.
Contributed by:
Hector Zenil
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Contributed by:
Hector Zenil
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