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Q: What is the smallest counting numbergreater than 1 that is both a perfect cube and a perfect square?

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No. The smallest 2 digit number is 10 the smallest 3 digit number is 100 - so the question is whether (100-10) is a perfect square? No - 90 is not a perfect square. 8x8 is 64 and 9x9 is 91, not 90.

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It is 10.

None. Perfect squares, by definition, are the squares of counting numbers and these cannot be fractions.

It is 36.

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the answer is definitly 0 (zero)!

Perfect square roots are the counting numbers {1, 2, 3, ...} The squares of the perfect square roots are the perfect squares, namely 1² = 1, 2² = 4, 3² = 9, etc.

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3 because 12 times 3 equals 36 and the square root of 36 is 6! hope this helped! :-)

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Since a thousand squared is a million, the "smallest..." is the square of 1001, and the "largest..." is the square of 999.

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The smallest integer is 11 but there is no smallest number! 0.11 is a smaller number and will give a perfect square. 0.0011 is smaller still, and 0.000011 even smaller. That sequence is endless!

0. 0 is a perfect square as well as a perfect cube. And 011 = 0. The next number will be 1.

1 (1x1x1 or 1x1)

It is 2 because 1800/2 = 900 which is a perfect square because 302 = 900