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Suppose $x \in \{0,\dots,2n\}$. Then we have $((2n)^2 - n) + x$ is square if and only if $x=n$. This is easily seen to imply that the square function is complete for $\mathrm{TC}^0$ under $\mathrm{AC}^0$ Turing reductions.


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