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Square challenge (Posted on 2004-01-20) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Find the smallest number that can be expressed as the sum of two (nonzero) perfect squares in two different ways.

And what if the two perfect squares must be nonzero, positive, and different?

See The Solution Submitted by SilverKnight    
Rating: 2.0000 (2 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
re: solution and bonus answerCharlie2009-01-26 18:12:02
Solutionsolution and bonus answerDej Mar2008-09-25 04:39:57
SolutionProblem Solution With ExplanationK Sengupta2007-05-19 04:35:01
answerK Sengupta2007-03-08 12:38:58
Some Thoughtsre: A hardy perennialNick Hobson2005-09-25 22:09:08
re(5): A hardy perennialP C2004-02-05 12:45:18
SOLUTIONAdy TZIDON2004-01-22 13:56:21
Some ThoughtsThe fourth way to solve puzzlesPenny2004-01-20 15:55:07
re(3): A hardy perennialSilverKnight2004-01-20 15:30:42
re(4): A hardy perennialPenny2004-01-20 15:27:40
re(2): A hardy perennialPenny2004-01-20 15:24:28
re(3): A hardy perennialSilverKnight2004-01-20 15:23:54
re: A hardy perennialRichard2004-01-20 15:19:23
re(2): A hardy perennialPenny2004-01-20 15:07:43
re: A hardy perennialSilverKnight2004-01-20 14:49:20
SolutionA hardy perennialPenny2004-01-20 14:41:45
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