The square of every positive or negative even whole number is a positive even whole number. The square of every positive or negative odd whole number is a positive odd whole number. There are an infinite number of each kind.
A perfect square.
a positive integer
It is a perfect square.
No. The square root of a positive integer is either a whole number or it is irrational.
Then the number is called a "perfect square".Then the number is called a "perfect square".Then the number is called a "perfect square".Then the number is called a "perfect square".
√38 = 6.164414003 with the positive (whole number?) being 6.
A perfect square.
No. In general, the square root of a positive integer is either a whole number, or an irrational number.
Examples of such numbers are 49, where sqrt(49) = 7, 81, where sqrt(81) = 9. Such numbers are called square numbers.
a Whole number
A positive number
The number is 6.
An integer is any whole number.
A positive number is one above zero, and a whole number is just that - whole - with no decimals or fractions and can be either positive or negative. An example of a positive whole number is 1, 2, 3, etc.
No, because an integer is a whole number and it's opposite (negative or positive). The square root of 80 is not a whole number.
In Mathematics, a square number is an integer that is the square of another integer. It is equal to a positive whole number multiplied by itself. For example, 9 is a square number because it is equal to 3x3.
The square root of 16 is 4 which is a whole number.
No, the vast majority of positive numbers are not whole numbers.
I am assuming that you mean the square root, in which case, the answer is no. An integer is a whole number, no decimals and can be positive or negative.
When the whole number is a perfect square, ie it is a whole number squared.
A whole positive or negative number is an integer which has no decimals or fractions.
Zero is a whole number.
The square root of a positive whole number, N, is a number which, when multiplied by itself equals N. If N = 0 then the square root is also 0. If N is greater than 0 there will be two such numbers: one positive and the other its negative equivalent. If N is a perfect square the square roots will, themselves, be whole numbers. Otherwise, they will be irrational numbers. If N is a whole number less than 0 then there are no real square roots. Although there are square roots in the complex field, the fact that you ask this question is indicative that you are not yet ready to tackle complex numbers.