Does anyone know if its possible to check whether a number is a perfect square in 2 different bases ? ( I dont mean the representation of a number in 2 different bases - coz that would be a ridiculous question , what I mean is consider a no say xyz - is it possible to prove / disprove that it is a perfect square when considered in 2 bases .. i.e. lets say bases m and n ..... then the numbers would be x * m^2 + y * m + z in base m and x* n^2 + y*n + z in base n) .(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Perfect square in 2 bases

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