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Q: Why are prime numbers not square numbers?

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Prime numbers cannot be square numbers.

They're not. Prime numbers and square numbers are different things.

No.

No.

There are no prime numbers that are square numbers

An oxymoron. Prime numbers can't be square. Square numbers can't be prime. You can square a prime number: 3 x 3 - 32 = 9

no squaring numbers are prime as they all can be divided by their square root

A square number, by definition, cannot be a prime so the answer is there are no such numbers.A square number, by definition, cannot be a prime so the answer is there are no such numbers.A square number, by definition, cannot be a prime so the answer is there are no such numbers.A square number, by definition, cannot be a prime so the answer is there are no such numbers.

Square numbers can't be prime. They have too many factors.

Absolutely not. A square number has an integer square root, so by definition it has at least one factor. Prime numbers have no factors

No. By definition, the square root would be a factor so the number would not be a prime.

A [perfect] square number, by definition, has a factor which is its square root. As a result it CANNOT be a prime!

Prime numbers only have two factors; square numbers (other than 1) have more than two.

Yes.

i would say no

Numbers with more than two factors are not prime numbers

A prime number can't be divided, then it's not a square

None because square numbers have more than two factors

A semiprime or a prime square.

The products of a square of a prime and a prime, like 12.

25 of them

Those are infinite lists.

25 of them.

Square numbers have too many factors to be prime.

Prime numbers have two factors. All square numbers (other than 1) have more than that.