3 and 2! I did it! I did it!
Congratulations! Wow. Now give me 5 more. (Just kidding. I have no idea if there even are five more.)
There would be an infinite number of these. For exampleThe square of the first number plus the second = 91The square of the second number plus the first = 109or (and I'm keeping the first and second numbers sequential, which may not have been the intention of the original puzzle)The square of the first number plus the second = 2863The square of the second number plus the first = 2969These are insanely easy to generate. Not so easy to figure out.
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