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\[ \mathcal Y = 2^{200} - 31 \times 2^{192} + 2^n \]

The above expression of \(\mathcal Y\) shows the sum and differences of different powers of \(2\).

What is the smallest value of \(n\) such that the \(\mathcal Y\) is a perfect square?

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