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Every positive integer is the sum of at most this many perfect squares
The magic constant of a 4x4 normal magic square
The Fibonacci number preceding 89
A 3digit odd square palindrome
The hypotenuse of a rightangled triangle with legs of length 10 and 24
The smallest odd prime which is not a twin prime
1 + 3 + 5 + 7 + ... + 197 + 199
The sum of angles in a pentagon, in degrees
The sum of the positive factors of 28 (not including itself)
The square root of 7744
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Number of ways to choose 3 people from 6
The factorial of this number is the number of seconds in 6 weeks
The smallest number that is the sum of two positive cubes in two ways
The largest square Fibonacci number
Number of edges in a dodecahedron
(1 + 3 + 5)(1 x 3 x 5)
The only square which is one larger than a power of 2
The next cube after 64
The 8th triangular number
11 + 99 + 88
x+y, where x and y are distinct positive integers such that x^y = y^x
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