# Solution: If p – q = 5 and pq = k/2, then what is p^2 + q^2?

(Last Updated On: December 8, 2017)

#### Problem Statement:

If p – q = 5 and pq = k/2, then what is p^2 + q^2?

• A. k
• B. 25k
• C. 25 + k
• D. k/25

p^2 + q^2? is equal to 25 + k.

Solution:

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