How many rectangles have an area that is a perfect square between 1 and 100, inclusive, but have unequal but integral dimensions?

*Solution to yesterday’s problem:*

The difference of two squares factors out to the sum and difference of their roots, as you can see below when FOILing:

So factors to .

Simplifying, . Therefore the answer is *12,069*.

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