# The Perfect Square Syndrome [closed]

Using the numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 only once in the complete set, Give me a set of perfect squares.

Once you have found the set, you have the liberty to use all these numbers without a comma and give me a nine digit perfect square featuring all of the nine digits...JUST ONCE!

• @Will The question has two parts. The first part (answered by the first spoiler) asks for a set of positive integer squares in which each of the digits $1$ through $9$ appears exactly once. The second part (answered by the second spoiler) asks for a nine-digit square number in which each of the digits also appears exactly once. – Fimpellizieri Mar 8 '16 at 16:46