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Authors

Rex Gooch

Abstract

At the end of my article "Hunting the Ten-Square" (May 2004 Word Ways) I said that about one million 11-letter words might suffice to have a 50-50 chance of finding a square. I have since conducted some more investigations using both formula and programs, and conclude that more than two million words are needed to obtain a reasonable selection of squares.

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