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Q: What are examples of perfect square roots?

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The square root of every perfect square is an integer. However, there are also square roots of numbers that are not perfect squares.

The square roots of perfect squares are the numbers that when squared create perfect squares as for example 36 is a perfect square and its square root is 6 which when squared is 36

Perfect square roots are square roots that have a whole number that can go into it perfectly. Nonperfect square roots are square roots that have decimal numbers going into it. Example: Perfect Square Root: 144- Square Root: 12 Nonperfect Square Root: 24- Square Root: About 4.89

No. The square roots of perfect squares are rational.

It is a perfect square.

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You cannot conclude anything.2.25 is not a perfect square but its square roots are +/- 1.5 so it is perfectly possible for a number which is not a perfect square to have a rational square roots.

A perfect square number is a number, whose square root is an integer. Examples are 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, .... The square roots of these numbers are {1,2,3,4,5,...} and {-1,-2,-3,-4,-5,...}

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Such a number is called a "perfect square".

It is a perfect square.

If the determinant of the quadratic (ax² + bc + c) as worked out by b² - 4ac is a perfect square or not. If the determinant is not a perfect square then the roots are irrational.

There are two square roots of a perfect square: a positive number and the same number as a negative number. The square root of a perfect square will always be an integer.

They are not.

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A perfect square other than 0.

No. Lots of square roots are not rational. Only the square roots of perfect square numbers are rational. So for example, the square root of 2 is not rational and the square root of 4 is rational.

Only if the integer is a perfect square.

Yes. Every perfect square has two roots: one positive and one negative.

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No.1/4 is not a perfect square but its square roots are +/- 1/2 which are rational.

An example is the square root of a number. Ex: square root of 2. This is 1 example, not the main one. Any cube root or square root which doesn't give a perfect number is an irrational number. Ex; square root and cube root of 5, since their answer will be 2.24 and 1.70 which are not perfect numbers like square roots of 25 and 64 or cube roots of 27 and 216.

They are the perfect squares.

All numbers are important.