64 is a perfect square number.
Yes, it is a perfect square.
4000 is a square number but it is not the square of an integer so it is not a perfect square number.
It is not a perfect square.
Given a number, if you can find another number (usually smaller than the given number) when multiplied by itself yields the original given number then the original given number is a perfect square number
100 is a perfect square.
44 is a square number but not of an integer so it is not a perfect square.
They are 9 and 16
The first perfect square which is greater than 300 is 324.
No, 50 is not a perfect square.
2 is a square number but, because it is not a square of an integer, it is not a perfect square.
The answer is 256/the number .
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.
A number multiplied by itself is a square number as for example 6*6 = 36
It is: 36 because 6 squared = 36
A square array is an array in which the number of rows is the same as the number of columns.
YES.... squre root of 3 is in irrational number..
836.13 square meters.
Take your pick from: 121, 144, 169 and 196
when you times the number by its value. for example if the number is 2. then to square it you would put 2 x 2. and for 8, it will be 8 x 8.
A squre has none. A square, on the other hand, has two pairs.
There are no such words as opist, squre or rute. Please check you spelling and resubmit.
Assuming that a squre parimid is your way of spelling square pyramid, the answer is 5.