1 is not a prime number but it is a square number
No but it can be a square number because 1*1 = 1
It is not impossible for a number to be prime and square, The only possible number that is prime and a square is 1, which is 1x1, and 12. Due to the fact that prime numbers are only divisible by themselves and 1, primes cannot be a square.
1 is neither a prime or composite number but it is a square number because 1 times 1 = 1
Only 1 rectangle can be built with a prime number of square tiles.
There is no three digit prime number whose square root is a prime number. Prime numbers have no factors other than 1 and themselves. Any number having a prime number as a square root is a composite number.
No square number can be a prime number and conversely.
The square of any prime number has exactly 3 factors. They are: 1). 1 2). the number itself 3). the prime number which is its square-root
The only number that fits that description is 1. Any other square number would not be prime because it divides evenly by a number other than 1.
A prime number can't be divided, then it's not a square
The square of any prime number has only three factors. Example: 121 is the square of 11, a prime number. The only factors of 121 are 1, 11, and 121 itself.
Only 1 rectangle can be built with a Prime number of square tiles.