Q: What are two squares that if you add up there products you get 5077?

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Yes. 6 squared+71 squared equals 5077

They are sets of three integers. The squares of two of them add up to the square of the third.

Take two equally sized squares on top of each other, rotate one of them 45degrees to the other. You then get 8 triangles around an octagon in the center.

There are no perfect squares that add, multiply or divide to give 55. However, 82 - 32 = 55 also 282 - 272 = 55.

It will make two squares.

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Yes. 6 squared+71 squared equals 5077

Since the last digit of 5077 is 7, the last digit of the perfect square numbers must be 1 and 6. So that we have 5077 = 712 + 62.

64 itself is a square. There are no other two squares that add up to 64.

There is no pair of perfect squares that add up to 64.

The numbers are 13 and 14.

The square of the second number.

They are sets of three integers. The squares of two of them add up to the square of the third.

Take two equally sized squares on top of each other, rotate one of them 45degrees to the other. You then get 8 triangles around an octagon in the center.

There are no perfect squares that add, multiply or divide to give 55. However, 82 - 32 = 55 also 282 - 272 = 55.

Draw a regular 4 sided square then in the bottom right corner add two lines which creates 2 squares. If that's not right I don't know what is.

It will make two squares.

If two squares have the same side length for all sides, then they are congruent.