Q: Is 49 a perfect number

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If by 'perfect number' you mean 'perfect SQUARE', then yes. 49 is an odd number and a perfect square.

There is no limit to the number of perfect squares. To find a perfect square, you simply need to pick a number and square it. E.g. 7^2=49, so 49 is a perfect square. As there is infinitely many numbers to pick, and as the larger a number the larger it's square, there are infinitely many perfect squares and they just keep on getting larger!

No - 48 is not the square of an integer, though 49 is.

it is a rational number. since it is a perfect square and a non recurring decimal

16, 25, 36, 49, 64, or 81

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If by 'perfect number' you mean 'perfect SQUARE', then yes. 49 is an odd number and a perfect square.

The answer is 49.

It is a negative whole number or integer in the form of -49

No, there is no numbers that are between 41 and 49 because in order to have an odd number of factors it needs to be a perfect square. 49 is the only perfect square between 41 to 49.

How about: 4+9+36 = 49 which is a perfect square number

There is no limit to the number of perfect squares. To find a perfect square, you simply need to pick a number and square it. E.g. 7^2=49, so 49 is a perfect square. As there is infinitely many numbers to pick, and as the larger a number the larger it's square, there are infinitely many perfect squares and they just keep on getting larger!

25, 49, 81, 225

No - 48 is not the square of an integer, though 49 is.

Yes, 49 is a perfect square. The square root of 49 is 7. 7 x 7 = 49

45 is not a perfect square number. the closest perfect squares are 49 and 36. But it is the square of the irrational number 6.708204... (an infinite, non-terminating, non-repeating decimal).

16, 25, 36, 49, 64, or 81

it is a rational number. since it is a perfect square and a non recurring decimal