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Q: What is the difference of 2 perfect squares?

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The only squares of perfect squares in that range are 1, 16, and 81.

10 perfect squares

No. 1.5^2 = 2.25 is rational.

Two. 36, and 49 are perfect squares.

a^2 - b^2 = (a + b)(a + b).

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The word "difference" implies subtraction. The word "squares" implies a perfect square term or number. To recognize the "difference of squares" look for 2 perfect square terms, one being subtracted from the other. Ex. x2 - 16. "x" is being squared and 16 is a perfect square. They are being subtracted. Factors: (x+4)(x-4)

The proposition in the question is simply not true so there can be no answer!For example, if given the integer 6:there are no two perfect squares whose sum is 6,there are no two perfect squares whose difference is 6,there are no two perfect squares whose product is 6,there are no two perfect squares whose quotient is 6.

The difference of 2 squares ca n be expressed as: x2 - y2

The smallest perfect squares that end with 9 are 9 (the square of 3) 49 (the square of 7). Their difference is 40.

40

a2 - b2 = (a + b)(a - b).

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How can you have 0 as the difference of two squares? 5^2-5^2?

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