Q: What is the smallest number that can be multiplied by 147 so that the answer must be a square number?

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find the smallest number by which 9408 must be multiplied to get a perfect square/ also find the square of the number

2 x 512 = 1024 = 322^

the square root of the given number

The number is called a 'square root'.

To factor a square root you must divide a specific number by another number that is a factor of the specific number. The factor of the specific must also be able to be multiplied by itself to equal the specific number. x multiplied by x equals y. For example: The square root of 144 would be 12 because 12 squared (multiplied by itself) is 144.

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It is: 8 because 8*217800 = 1742400 which is a square number

the correct answer is 15. factorize the number. In this case it will be 2*2*3*5. As you can notice, we need 1 more 3 and 5 to make it a perfect square. So the answer is 15. 15*60=900 900 square root =30

It is ten, because if you square 100, u must find a number that can be multiplied by itself to get the square root of the number 100. Like how the square root of 36 would be 6. Because six multiplied by Itself is 36.

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To find the square root of a number you must find the number that can multiplied by itself to equal that number Ex: the square root of 9 is 3 because 3*3=9

Dividing 1350 by 6 gives you 225, a square number.

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A square root is an answer to the question: Which number must be squared (multiplied by itself) to get a specified number. For example, if you ask for the square root of 100, the answer is 10, because 10x10 = 100.

The smallest number is 504. There are no common factors other than 3x3, 2x2x2, and 7, so they must be multiplied together.

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sqrt(2493) = 49.93 So the largest perfect square smaller than 2493 is 492 = 2401 Therefore, the smallest number to be subtracted is 2493 - 2401 = 92

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64: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64Tip: To find the number, consider that if there are an odd number of factors, the number must be a perfect square, because a perfect square has one factor that is multiplied by itself. 64: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64Tip: To find the number, consider that if there are an odd number of factors, the number must be a perfect square, because a perfect square has one factor that is multiplied by itself.

The smallest positive number is 28.

There is only one number and so it, 0.4, must be the smallest.

Because for a number to be a square number it must have a number which when multiplied by it self=that number. For example: 36 is a square number because 6x6=36 16 is a square number because 4x4=16 A negative number such as -16 is not a Square Number because -4x-4=16 not -16 because a negative times a negative is a positive. -4x4=-16 but these numbers aren't the same therefore -16 isn't a square number. This is why negative numbers cant be Square Numbers

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