# The Perfect Square Mystery!

**Number Theory**Level 2

**n** is chosen strictly between two consecutive perfect squares.
The smaller of these two squares is obtained by subtracting **k** from **n** and the
larger one is obtained by adding **m** to **n**. Then which of the following is necessarily a perfect square?

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