44 is a square number but not of an integer so it is not a perfect square.
There are 1,963 such integers. Every factor of a number has a pair. The only time there will be an odd number of factors is if one factor is repeated, ie the number is a perfect square. So the question is really asking: how many positive integers less than 2008 (in the range 1 to 2007) are not perfect squares. √2007 = 44 and a bit (it lies between 44 and 45) So there are 44 integers less than (or equal to) 2007 which are perfect squares → 2007 - 44 = 1963 integers are not perfect squares in the range 1-2007 and have an even number of factors (divisors).
The squares of the numbers 32, 33, 34,...,44 the square of the first number 32 is 1024 the square of the last number 44 is 1936
the number after 44 is 45.
44 Degrees for a PW seems a bit strong, but it would depend what degree your SW or LW is. If you had a 44 and a 60, a 52 would be perfect. If you have a 44 and a 56 a 50 would be perfect.
The sum of the 1st perfect number and 2nd perfect number is. . . 34!
44 is a whole number.
If by 'perfect number' you mean 'perfect SQUARE', then yes. 49 is an odd number and a perfect square.
496 is the third perfect number and 8128 is the fourth perfect number.
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