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Q: Does 96 make a perfect square?

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96 + 4 = 100 96 + 25 = 121 96 + 100 = 196 96 + 529 = 625

196 is a perfect square because 196 = 14*14.96 is a not perfect square.

962= 9216962= 9216962= 9216962= 9216

you can multiply two whole numbers together to get that. if you use graph paper, you could make a perfect square. the area of that square is called a perfect square because you can make a perfect square using that many units as the area. for example 4x4=16, so 16 would be the perfect square.

4*sqrt(6) sqrt(8)*sqrt(12)=sqrt(96) [because sqrt(a)*sqrt(b)=sqrt(a*b)] To get sqrt(96) in simplest form, find the largest perfect square that is a factor of 96. This is 16 (since 16 is a perfect square and 16*6=96). So in simplest form, sqrt(96)=sqrt(16)*sqrt(6)=4*sqrt(6).

It is: 9900*11 = 108900 which is a perfect square and its square root is 330

In order to calculate this, you have to identify what you can take the square root of within 96. Two factors of 96 are 16 an 6, and 16 is a perfect square, because it is an integer that is a square of an integer, or 4 x 4. So: √ 96 = √ 16 x 6 = √ 16 √ 6 = 4 √ 6. So 4 √ 6 is the square root of 96 written in radical form.

5607 + 18 = 5625, a perfect square. The perfect square of a square root is the number you started with.

96 square feet

The square root of -96 is: 9.797959 i

96 feet by 96 feet = 9216 square feet

200 is not a perfect square. Its square root is a fraction and the square root of a perfect square is always an integer.

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