Q: What number is a perfect square and has a factor of 32?

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1, 4 and 16

factor the perfect square simplify the perfect root factor out the perfect cube simplify the perfect root √32 = √16 = √8◦2 = 4√2 move 8 out and simplify it to a perfect square

No.

The square root of a positive integer can ONLY be:* Either an integer, * Or an irrational number. (The proof of this is basically the same as the proof, in high school algebra books, that the square root of 2 is irrational.) Since in this case 32 is not the square of an integer, it therefore follows that its square root is an irrational number.

A perfect square is the square of an integer. For example, 1 (which is 12), 4 (22) or 9 (32) etc...

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16 2*16 = 32

16

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

1, 4 and 16

16.

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64: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64Tip: To find the number, consider that if there are an odd number of factors, the number must be a perfect square, because a perfect square has one factor that is multiplied by itself. 64: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64Tip: To find the number, consider that if there are an odd number of factors, the number must be a perfect square, because a perfect square has one factor that is multiplied by itself.

No, because 32 is not a perfect square.

1, 4 and 16 are square numbers that are factors of 32. Of these, 4 and 16 have two as their only prime factor and 1 is odd.

factor the perfect square simplify the perfect root factor out the perfect cube simplify the perfect root √32 = √16 = √8◦2 = 4√2 move 8 out and simplify it to a perfect square

The only square number in that range that has 32 as a factor is 64.

It is a factor of 32, which means it is one of 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32. The perfect squares among the factors of 32 are 4 and 16. Of those two, the only one with a sum of digits that is odd is 16.