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Triangular square number

A triangular square number is a number which is both a triangular number and a perfect square. There is an infinity of triangular squares, given by the formula

The kth triangular square Nk is equal to the sth perfect square and the tth triangular number, such that

t is given by the formula

As k becomes larger, the ratio t/s approaches the square root of two: