Squares from Concatenated Squares

Find all 8-digit integers
which are perfect squares, which don't end in zero, and which can be
separated to produce pairs of smaller squares. Example: 36156169 equals 6013^2 and can be separated into 361(19^2) and 56169 (237^2). |

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Last Updated: January 14th, 2010.