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No, 16 is not the only square number that's a multiple of 4.

Q: Is the only square number that's a multiple of 4 is 16?

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sqrt(2) / x is rational only if x is a multiple of sqrt(2). sqrt(2/x) is rational only if x is two times the square of some number (not necessarily a whole number).

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Because its square root is not an integer.

No, only square numbers have an odd number of factors.

2 is the only number is that both a factor of 2 and a multiple of 2.

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It is not prime because a prime number is one that only divides by itself and one, but one is one so it only divides by itself therefore is not a prime number. It is however a square number, and as far as I know, thats as exiting as one gets.

sqrt(2) / x is rational only if x is a multiple of sqrt(2). sqrt(2/x) is rational only if x is two times the square of some number (not necessarily a whole number).

a number can only be square if it has a square root.

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Because its square root is not an integer.

No, only square numbers have an odd number of factors.

One is a factor of every number. One is only a multiple of itself.

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No, consider the number 4 or 16 or 36 for example

5, which is the only prime number which is a multiple of 5!