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One hundred is the least three-digit square number. It is formed by 102.

4,9,25. Any square with a prime number as its root.

A square of a prime.

Because 3 is a prime number and as such its square root is irrational

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The square root of a number is the inverse of the square. For example, three squared equals nine, so the square root of nine is equal to three.

One hundred is the least three-digit square number. It is formed by 102.

The next square number after ten (which is not a square number) is 16. Sixteen has five factors.

The square root of nine is three, and that is not an irrational number.

4,9,25. Any square with a prime number as its root.

If a number has three factors, it's a perfect square. One of those three factors (apart from 1 and the number itself) would be the square root.

A square number

3. The square root of a number is the number that when multiplied by itself, will give you the original number. Therefore, if you multiply the square root of three by itself, you will get three. A more clear example using whole numbers: the square root of nine times the square root of nine is three times three, which gives you nine, your original number.

A square of a prime.

yes. If you multiply three by three you get nine.

The sum of three times a number and its square is 10 more than 6 times a number?

Any square of a prime number.