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Q: How can you tell by drawing a factor tree whether or not a number is a square number?

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Except in this case, the largest square factor is 1.

How about: 32*32 = 1024

first, you take a number. for my example, I'll use 12. 12x12= 144. 144 would be the square number, and 12 would be the square root. clarification: if you multiply a number by itself, the product isn't the square root, the factor is. and if your really stupid, here's this: 12x12=144 F F P F means factor P means product. happy now?

The largest perfect square factor of 48 is 16.

radical 231; no perfect squares factor into this number. It cant be simplified

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A factor that is a square number. 16 is a square factor of 32.

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The scale factor is usually stated as a linear enlargement factor. Therefore, the area enlargement factor is the square of the scale factor, in this instance, 9. The area of the original drawing was thus 396/9 = 44 cm2.

They are square factors that are factors of other numbers as for example 9 is a square number that is a factor of 27

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