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Q: What number is a perfect square the only prime number in its prime factorization is two the number is a factor of 32 and the sum of its digit is odd?

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16 2*16 = 32

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The number is 16.

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16 or 32

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We need to know what number the square is a factor of.

a perfect square

That is a very good question. The awnser is quite simple, its a number.

The only square factor is 1.

1, 4 and 16 are square numbers that are factors of 32. Of these, 4 and 16 have two as their only prime factor and 1 is odd.

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144 is a perfect square, whose square factor is 12: Therefore we simply repeat the prime factorization of 12 (3,2,2) twice: 2,2,2,2,3,3.

4 is a perfect square an a factor of 1200

Given the prime factorization of an integer how can you determine if our integer is a perfect square?

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A perfect square

How about: 32*32 = 1024

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The answer is 49.

One is a perfect square that is a factor of 7.

4 is the perfect square for the factor 12.

A perfect square has an odd number of factors.

49 x 14 x 18 is not a perfect square. This is because a prime factorization of 49 x 14 x 18 contains 3 sevens. The prime factorization of any perfect square must have an even amount of each prime number.

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