SquareNumber MOD Basic

Problem - 4144

Show that if $n^2$ is a square number, then $n^2\equiv 0, 1, 4, 9\pmod{16}$.

In plain English, this means that the remainder can only be $0$, $1$, $4$ or $9$ when a square number is divided by $16$.


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