Posted by **shaun** on Monday, October 8, 2012 at 6:45pm.

the integer 49 can be written as the sum of smaller perfect squares in a variety of ways. one such way includes six terms: 25+9+4+1+1. if each term has a value between 0 and 49,what is the fewest number of perfect square terms that can be added together for a sum of 49?

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