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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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re(5): A hardy perennial | Comment 11 of 16 |
(In reply to re(4): A hardy perennial by Penny)

In my books, sharing some related information does not make the post wrong.

According to your theory, those who presented more than one answer would also be wrong, because the question requires the SMALLEST number. We read those posts with interest because the additional infformation is related.

In closing, I must say I enjoy all your posts, and I congratulate you for suggesting the fourth way to solving a problem, which I believe is the most illuminating way!

Best regards.
  Posted by P C on 2004-02-05 12:45:18

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