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Q: What do you call a number that has integers as its square roots?

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Are you talking about negative powers.

a perfect square

You call them principal square roots.

A square root is the number that is squared to obtain a square number so it can therefore be considered a root of that square number (or basis for that square number). It can also be noted that each square number, when displayed using dots will always form a perfect square perhaps giving it it's name e.g. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . etc...

Finding the square root. Remember, though that there are two square roots for every positive number the square roots of 9 are 3 and -3 because 3 * 3 = 9 and -3 * -3 = +9

The square of the number

Any positive number x has two square roots: one positive and one negative. For example, +3 and -3 are both square roots of 9. Using a brilliant leap of imagination, mathematicians decided to call the first of these the positive root!

a perfect square

Square number.

A square number

The integers that are usually considered neither prime nor composite are 0 and 1 (and -1 among the negative integers). The number 1 can be described as unity or identity.

I would call an odd number factor a factor that is an odd number. I would call a number with an odd number of factors a perfect square.

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