My teacher gave me this tricky problem

let \(x \) and \(y \) be 2 two digit numbers. \(y\) is obtained by reversing the digits of \(x\). Suppose they satisfy the equation \(x^2 - y^2 = m^2\) for some positive integer \(m\), find the value of \(x+y+m \).

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