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Q: Would you classify 324 as a perfect square, perfect cube, both, or neither?

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No. If the square root of 98 was an integer, 98 would be a perfect square.

No, it is not. For it to be a perfect square, the square root of it would have to be an integer, but √120 ≈ 10.954. 100 and 121 are perfect squares nearest to 120. ■

No it is not. 22 is not a perfect square because it is not a product of a rational number multiplied by itself. The closest perfect square would be 25

I think you mean Perfect Square. If so, an example would be 9. It is a perfect square because it can be square root to 3.

No it is not. 22 is not a perfect square because it is not a product of a rational number multiplied by itself. The closest perfect square would be 25

then you would have a perfect square

No but it is a perfect square number because its square root is 13

you can multiply two whole numbers together to get that. if you use graph paper, you could make a perfect square. the area of that square is called a perfect square because you can make a perfect square using that many units as the area. for example 4x4=16, so 16 would be the perfect square.

That would be 25 . In fact, 25 is the onlyfactor of 75 that's a perfect square.

I have never before heard of a non-perfect square but I suppose it would be any non-zero number that is not the square of an integer. People sometimes say "perfect square" to mean an integer that is a square of an integer - I think the "perfect" is redundant but if you do not think "square" is clear by itself, say "integer square."

No, a perfect square is the square of an integer number. Fractions are never a perfect square, as the square of an integer is always another integer.Actually fractions can be perfect squares an example is one ninth, it would be one third times one third which equals one ninth.

If you mean as a factor, that would be 4.

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A perfect square is the square of an integer, i.e., an integer multiplied by itself. For example, 25 is a perfect square, because 5 x 5 = 25. But, in literal mathematical terms, a perfect number is a positive integer that is the sum of its proper positive divisors, excluding the number itself. A square number is also called a "perfect square", so an example of a square number is above. So, a perfect square number would have to be a number that is both perfect and square, and there are yet to be any of these numbers "discovered".

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Completing the square would be the same as "Finding the square root" So an example would be 16. 16 is a perfect square so it would reduce to 4.

√1476 ≈ 38.419, so the largest perfect square less than 1476 would have to be 382, or 1444.

A trinomial is perfect square if it can be factored into the form (a+b)2 So a2 +2ab+b2 would work.

The square root of 247 is 15.71.The closest perfect square would be in this case 16

The same way that you would for a rational number that is not a perfect square.

That would be a square. If the number that was multiplied by itself is an integer, it would be a perfect square,

you classify it a a liquid i think?

Any integer ,n, to the 6th. power would be both a perfect square and a perfect cube: This is because (n2 )3 =n6 which is a perfect square and a perfect cube. Or course you could also write this as (n3 )2 =n6 06 = 0 16 = 1 26 = 64 etc.

I will classify it as the species Equus caballus.

I would classify it in the lizard. oh and this is probably wrong.