Just use the basic definition of "abundant" and "deficient". That is, calculate all the factors of 50 (excluding 50 itself), add them up, then compare whether the result is more or less than 50.
Add up its proper divisors and see. 25 + 10 + 5 + 2 + 1 = 43 which is less that 50, so this number is deficient.
No, it is not.
6 and 28 are perfect numbers less than 50.
2500 is a perfect square number, it can be written as 50*50.
There are 24 perfect squares between 50 and 1000.
The only perfect number between 20 and 50 is 28.
No, it is not near a perfect number. The first four known perfect numbers are 6, 28, 496 and 8,128.
No, the only perfect numbers under 100 are 6 and 28.
50 is a not perfect square.
No, 50 is not a perfect square.
No, it is not. A perfect square is the product of two equal integers; i.e. 9 is a perfect square. It can be expressed as 3*3. There is no number that when multiplied twice equals 50.
There are three perfect squares between 0 and 50 that are even.
Fifty is not a perfect square number. However, any number can be a square number. The number 7.07106781^2 equals 50.
The square root of 50 is an irrational number because it can't be expressed as a fraction.
No, it is not.
Because there is no such thing as a squre number!50 IS a square number. It is the square of 7.0711, approx.7^2 = 49 and 8^2 = 64 and there is no whole number between 7 and 8 so 50 is not the square of an integer and so it is not a perfect square.
No it isn't a perfect cube since if you start with 3, (3*3*3=27) and go to 4, (4*4*4=64) there isn't a number that multiplies by itself 3 times to equal 50.
It is 50% of 50.
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It is 100 that is a perfect square between 50 and 150
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The perfect square factor of 50 is 25 and the perfect square factor for 90 is 9. The perfect square factors for 50x90 25x9. Of course we also have the other factors of 2 and 2x5.