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Q: Why are square numbers special?

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They are square numbers.

They are SQUARE NUMBERS.

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They are all perfect square numbers.

They are 'square' numbers. 6x6=36, 9x9=81 and 5x5=25. Some other square numbers are 64, 4, 9, 100 & 121

A square is a special rectangle.

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There are no prime numbers that are square numbers

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its square numbers that's it lol its NUMBERS

Numbers with square roots that are whole numbers

nope. a regtangle is a special square.

In the appropriate domain, all numbers are square numbers. Perfect square numbers are numbers that are obtained by multiplying an integer by itself.

You get 12 + x^2. Such numbers do not have any other special property.

6 and 8. 4 is a square, which can be considered as a special case of a rectangle.

Half of all square numbers are odd. They are the ones which are the square of an odd number.

You square numbers by multiplying the number by itself.

A square is considered to be a special kind of rectangle.

Prime numbers cannot be square numbers.

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9, 16, and 25 are square numbers.

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They are called square numbers because they can form a square and the square is one number times itself. They are called square numbers because they represent the area of a square with integer sidelengths. Example: 49. 49 is the area of a 7x7 square, so 49 is a square number.