The number 8549 shown in the picture above is formed by 22 matchsticks.

If you can shift exactly 2 matchsticks to another position, then what will be the \(\color {Purple} {\text{square}} \) of the \(\color {Purple} {\text {smallest}} \) integer you can make?

**Details and Assumptions:**

You can't break the matchsticks.

The digits formed by the matchsticks should be like the LED digits commonly used in calculators & LED watches. Here is an image you can follow:

Check out Matchstick Problem - 4.

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