To concatenate the squares of numbers in Python, you can use a combination of list comprehension and string concatenation. Here’s an example:

```
# Example numbers
numbers = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
# Concatenate the squares of numbers
concatenated_squares = ''.join([str(num ** 2) for num in numbers])
print(concatenated_squares) # Output: 14916253625
```

In this example, we have a list of numbers called `numbers`

.

To concatenate the squares of the numbers, we use a list comprehension to iterate over each number in the list and compute its square using the `**`

operator. The resulting squares are converted to strings using `str()`

.

Finally, we use the `join()`

method to concatenate the squared numbers together. The empty string `''`

is used as the separator between the squared numbers. The `join()`

method joins all the elements of the list into a single string.

The resulting `concatenated_squares`

variable contains the concatenated squares of the numbers as a string.

You can modify the `numbers`

list to include any numbers you want to compute the squares for, and the code will concatenate the squares accordingly.

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