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Q: What square number can you give which is bigger then 300 but smaller then 400?

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27 squared is 729.

4 or 5

27 and 28 will both meet that criteria.

27

The only integer answer is 31. 31^2 = 961.

Really? are you that stupid? Anyway 29 squared = 841

Take your choice from: 15 16 17 18 and 19

How about: 16*16 = 256 as one example

-- Any number between 30 and 31.6 will do that. -- If you're only looking for a whole number, then 31 is the only one.

500

as i calculate it its 346, its the only cube number that's bigger than 200 but smaller than 400

252 = 625 and 262 = 676, both of which are bigger than 600 but smaller than 700. No other integer has this property, but any decimal number between 24.5 and 26.4 also satisfies this condition, if the answers are not restricted to integers.

Any number bigger than 7.37 and smaller than 8.43 will do that. There are an infinite number of them.

The smallest integer is 11 but there is no smallest number! 0.11 is a smaller number and will give a perfect square. 0.0011 is smaller still, and 0.000011 even smaller. That sequence is endless!

The squares of 25, 26, -25 and -26 are in that range.

If you square a number less than one, but greater than zero, the result will be smaller than the original number. For example, 0.92 = 0.81.

9

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it is impossible

36

try maths.com but otherwise its 36

How about 73 = 343 or 63 = 216

22 is one possible answer.

216 = 6 x 6 x 6

The positive integer whose square is between 900 and 1000 is 31. 312 = 961.