72085661831912308031 
34657334215745859052 
70809644919262602607 
98555431217592239176 
62065892920151076078 
95378725440178467531 
71007459637191024201 
39701656805411776794 
How many square numbers greater than 10 can you find in the lists above?
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72085661831912308031 
34657334215745859052 
70809644919262602607 
98555431217592239176 
62065892920151076078 
95378725440178467531 
71007459637191024201 
39701656805411776794 
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