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Which of the following CANNOT be expressed as the sum of squ

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Which of the following CANNOT be expressed as the sum of squares of two integer?

A 13
B 17
C 21
D 29
E 34
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Re: GRE [#permalink] New post 11 Jul 2018, 10:03
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A. \(3^2 = 9; 2^2=4; 9+4 = 13\)

B. \(4^2=16; 1^2=1; 16+1=17\)

C. is the answer

D. \(5^2=25; 2^2=4; 25+4=29\)

E. \(5^2=25;3^2=9; 25+9=34\)

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