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Q: What has integers as its square roots?

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Perfect Square

It is a perfect square.

All of the integers between 20 and 30 are square roots.

A perfect square other than 0.

A factor tree has factors, not square roots - unless they are integers.

Only if the integer is a perfect square.

The square roots of 25 are integers, not fractions.

Are you talking about negative powers.

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They are squares of rational numbers. there is no particular name for them.

The square roots of 117 are irrational numbers and so are not two integers - consecutive or otherwise.

All integers are square roots. 3 is the square root of 9.

Large perfect squares.

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Of course they can. Every integer greater than zero is a square root.

No. The only square roots of integers that are rational numbers only when the integer is a perfect square.

They are rational because the characteristic of evenness and unevenness is relevant only in the context of integers. And all integers are rational.

The square roots of 100 are +10 and -10 . They're both integers.

The square roots of 600 are not perfect integers. Rounded to two decimal places, they are equal to Â±24.49.

The square roots of 81 are integers, not fractions. So there are no sensible ways to express them as fractions.

-9 and +9 are between the two square roots of 102.

The square numbers integers between 576 and 10000 (and their square roots, in the left column) are: 245762562526676277292878429841309003196132102433108934115635122536129637136938144439152140160041168142176443184944193645202546211647220948230449240150250051260152270453280954291655302556313657324958336459348160360061372162384463396964409665422566435667448968462469476170490071504172518473532974547675562576577677592978608479624180640081656182672483688984705685722586739687756988774489792190810091828192846493864994883695902596921697940998960499980110010000