[see also: requirement, stipulation]
The demand that each entry be a perfect square results in nine equations. [Note the subjunctive be.]
[see also: require]
Part 2 of the proof demands only that $k>1$.
A computational restraint is the algebraic number theory involved in finding these ranks, which will typically be more demanding than in our example of Section 1.
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