# Squares everywhere

**Number Theory**Level 4

If \( \overline {abcde} \) and \( \overline {edcba}\) are distinct perfect squares, let \( A= \sqrt{\overline{abcde}}\) and \(B = \sqrt {\overline{edcba}}\), with \( A<B \). If \(A = \overline{pqr} \), and \(B = \overline{xyz} \), determine which among the choices has the same value as

\[ pz + qy + rx \]