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Can someone please help me with the following:

Prove that if the sum of two consecutive intergers is a square than the square of the larger integer will equal the sum of the nonzero squares.

Hint: if n+(n-1) = h^2 then h is odd.

Not really sure where to start.

Thanks in advance

Prove that if the sum of two consecutive intergers is a square than the square of the larger integer will equal the sum of the nonzero squares.

Hint: if n+(n-1) = h^2 then h is odd.

Not really sure where to start.

Thanks in advance

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