Q: Is 33 a perfect number

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33 is a not perfect square.

It is: 64 because the square root of 1089 is 33

It is not a perfect cube it comes 33 × 23 × 5 ×29

The sum of the 1st perfect number and 2nd perfect number is. . . 34!

33 is a composite number.

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33 is a not perfect square.

27 3x3x3 = 27

The product of a perfect square multiplied by 33 when multiplied again by 33 produces another perfect square. Examples : (12 x 33) = 33 . . . 33 x 33 = 332. (52 x 33) = 825 . . .825 x 33 = 27225 = 1652.

33 is not as it is divisible by 3 and 11 1 is because the only thing 1 is divisible by is itself, making it the only prime number to be a perfect square.

It is: 64 because the square root of 1089 is 33

It is not. A perfect number is defined as a number that is equal to twice the sum of all of its factors (or equal to all of its factors, smaller than the number itself). Perfect numbers include 6 (factors 1, 2, 3, 6) and 28 (factors 1, 2, 4, 7, 14, 28). It is not known whether there are odd perfect numbers. - Unless somebody is using a different definition of "perfect" in this case; but when you talk about a "perfect number", the above definition is commonly used.

13 and 7 is the most used number by teenage children!

They are perfect cubes: 13, 23, 33, 43, and 53.

It is not a perfect cube it comes 33 × 23 × 5 ×29

The sum of the 1st perfect number and 2nd perfect number is. . . 34!

No, 33 is not a triangular number.

33 is a composite number.