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Q: What two squared numbers add up to 100?

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The two square numbers which add up to 13 are 9 (which is equal to 3 squared), and 4 (which is equal to 2 squared).

5 squared + 12 squared = 169 (13 squared)

10 squared is 100 12 squared is 144 100+144= 244 10+12= 22

50 squared = 2500 40 squared = 1600 add these two together to get 4100 so your answer is 50 and 40

There are no two whole numbers which when squared sum to 62. There are infinitely may pairs of irrational numbers that when squared sum to 62, eg 1 and √61, 2 and √58

134 (squared = 17,956) and 12 (squared = 144) or 132 (squared = 17,424) and 26 (squared = 676)

The two numbers in question are 1 and 9. 1 is equal to 1 squared, and 9 is equal to 3 squared.

16 and 64. 16 is 4 squared. 64 is 8 squared.

An example of two numbers which add together to make 100 are 47 and 53.

30 squared is 900 = 302 80 squared is 6400= 802 add these together and you get 7300 so your answer is 30 and 80

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