# Squares everywhere

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

$pz + qy + rx$

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