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Square is a number multiplied by itself (ie. 7x7), while a square root is a number which can be divided so that the quotient multiplied by itself will equal that original number (ie. (36 divided by 6)x6=36.

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For an array of numbers, it is the square of the sums divided by the sum of the squares.

By definition, ALL perfect squares are whole numbers!

81. They are the perfect squares of numbers starting from 5.81. They are the perfect squares of numbers starting from 5.81. They are the perfect squares of numbers starting from 5.81. They are the perfect squares of numbers starting from 5.

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No. Perfect squares as the squares of the integers, whereas irrational squares as the squares of irrational numbers, but some irrational numbers squared are whole numbers, eg √2 (an irrational number) squared is a whole number.

In the complex field, every number is a square so there are no numbers that are not squares. If the domain is reduced to that of real numbers, any negative number is not a square. However, the term "square numbers" (not number's!) is often used to refer to perfect square numbers. These are numbers that are squares of integers. Therefore the squares of fractions or irrational numbers are non-squares.

No - all squares of even numbers are even - while all squares of odd numbers are odd.

There are an infinite amount of numbers that that have squares between 10 and 65

square numbers.

Numbers can't be divided by multiples. They get divided by factors. Factors go into numbers, numbers go into multiples.

Squares of prime numbers

squares of prime numbers

squares

The squares of prime numbers greater than 10.

Sum of squares? Product?

The squares on a chess board are not usually numbered, however the board is 8 squares wide and 8 squares long, giving 64 squares in total.

swer in a 4x4 magic squares with 10-=25 numbers in each column?

squares of prime numbers

Counting numbers multiplied by themselves.

squares of prime numbers

20, 4, 4, 4. I hope you don't mean 4 unique numbers, as this seems impossible.

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Yes, they are.

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