Q: What is the perfect square of 52?

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The product of a perfect square multiplied by 33 when multiplied again by 33 produces another perfect square. Examples : (12 x 33) = 33 . . . 33 x 33 = 332. (52 x 33) = 825 . . .825 x 33 = 27225 = 1652.

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52 = 25 This a perfect square. Take the square root of each side and.... 5 = 5

It is 5*5 = 25

16 and 25 42 and 52

25. The prime factorisation of 350 is: 2 x 52 x 7 The prime factorisation of a perfect square has an even power of every prime. From the prime factorisation of 350, the highest possible square is 20 x 52 x 70 = 25.

400 can be factored as 24 * 52, or 22 * 22 * 52. A perfect square factor of 400 will always have an even exponent, so here is a list: 12, 22, 42, 52, 102, and 202.

No.no its not a square number because the closest square number is 5 which results in 52 = 25, and therefore you cannot get the perfect square of 24. no

Only 25 which is, 52 = 32 + 42 (25 = 9 + 16)

27 isnot a perfect square because a perfect square is anumber made by squaring a wholenumber.There isn't anynumber that when squared the answer is 27.Examples of perfect squares:16 (42or 4 * 4 = 16)25 (52 or 5 * 5 = 25)36 (62 or 6 * 6 = 36)

It is not a perfect square. 52 = 25 is too small and 62 = 36 is too big. And there are no whole numbers between 5 and 6.

Yes, 52 is a square number: 52 x 52 = 2704

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