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There are two square roots of a perfect square: a positive number and the same number as a negative number. The square root of a perfect square will always be an integer.
Of course not. 3 squared is 9, the square root of 9 is 3.
A perfect square is a number that can easily be square rooted. A square is a number times itself. Ex: 2*2=4 3*3=9 4*4=16 Since 4, 9, & 16 are the products of two numbers that are the same, they are perfect squares...or square numbers. (We say perfect squares at my school) Was this helpful?
If you have a number like 12 and you multiply it by the same number: 12 and the answer you get is a whole number, then the whole number is the perfect square.
multiply the same number by itself, for example: 2*2=4, 4 is a perfect square. 8*8=64, 64 is a perfect square. the first few perfect squares are 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100, 121, 144, 169, 196, 225,....
because squares and rectangles are not the same because squares and rectangles are not the same
Yes. A number times itself results in a perfect square. Perfect squares are always positive, since 4 x 4 and -4 x -4 will give the same result, 16. Since no number exists that can multiply by itself and create a negative number, the square roots of negative numbers are called imaginary.
A square is a parallelogram, but not all parallelograms are squares.
it can be considered the same as the cube is the 3 demensional form of an square. The faces of the cubes are squares. The 6 faces on a cude are the same sized squares.
No. Perfect squares as the squares of the integers, whereas irrational squares as the squares of irrational numbers, but some irrational numbers squared are whole numbers, eg √2 (an irrational number) squared is a whole number.
Almost always. Most square roots - for example, the square root of any positive integer, except that of a perfect square - will have an infinite amount of decimals. By the way, those decimals won't repeat in the general case, that is, you won't get the same digit pattern over and over again.