Find as many sets of three perfect squares where the largest of the three perfect squares is the sum of the two

smaller perfect squares. For example, one set is 9, 16, 25 because 9 + 16 = 25.

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# Find as many sets of three perfect squares where the largest of the three perfect squares is the sum of

Find as many sets of three perfect squares where the largest of the three perfect squares is the sum of the two

smaller perfect squares. For example, one set is 9, 16, 25 because 9 + 16 = 25.