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Best Answer Warren says
Very nice proof outline. You're right, the sum of the first n cube numbers is equivalent to the square of the nth triangular number, so that's another way to count the squares.
just had to solve this problem for homework, to me this is the better answer even if it was not first. thanks for the great explanation, really helps me solve a similar problem about cubes and rectangular prisms.
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