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A sum of two squares 
19991008 

From Marksmen: what is the smallest whole number that can be written two ways as a sum of two different perfect squares? i.e.11squared plus 3 squared is 121+ 9=130 and7 squared + 9squared=49 +81= 130. Are there any smaller? I am stumped! Answered by Claude Tardif. 


