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.
All five digit numbers have three digits. The smallest five digit whole number is 10,000
The smallest 5 digit number is 10000 = 1002 The largest 5 digit number is 99999 and 3162 < 99999 < 3172 So, take any number between 100 and 316 (both inclusive) and square it to get a 5-digit perfect square.
number to be added to 97 to get the smallest three digit number = 3smallest three digit number = 100100 - 97 = 3
11 is the smallest 2 digit prime and 11^2=121
The number/digit 2.
32 is the smallest two-digit number that can be multiplied by itself to give a four-digit number. (32x32)=1024
No. Three-digit numbers start with 100.
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32 x 32 = 1024
Provided that the first digit cannot be 0, 1000 is the smallest number with four digits. Otherwise there are smaller numbers with 0 to thousandth digit such as 0100, 0050. The smallest integer in such instance is 0000.
The smallest three-digit even number is -998. However, while considering only positive numbers, the smallest three-digit number even number is then 100.
just take a a number like 32 and square it, you have 1024 this is the smallest one. Another is 1681 since this is 41 squared
It is difficult to interpret exactly what you are trying to ask. If you allow your five digit number to have leading zeroes and do not allow negative numbers, then 00000 - 99999 = -99999 is the smallest number. If you do allow negative 5 digit numbers, then (-99999) - 99999 = -199998 is the smallest number.
If you want positive numbers, the answer is 101.
Here it is ! 10,234 !!