The square of any odd integer is an odd square number, e.g.: 12 = 1 32 = 9 52 = 25 etc.
The square of any odd number is also an odd number for reasons that should be obvious.
Any even exponent of 3 is a square number.
Half of all square numbers are odd. They are the ones which are the square of an odd number.
no, every number is a real number --- There are numbers that are not real numbers. They are called imaginary numbers, and have the property that when they are squared, the result is negative. The square root of -1 is called i, and the square root of any other negative number is i times the square root of the absolute value of the number. So the square root of -4 is 2i.
imaginary numbers. but no, not really.
i would say no
Square numbers can't be prime. They have too many factors.
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No. By definition, the square root would be a factor so the number would not be a prime.
Any square of the infinitely many odd numbers!
Any multiple of 4 has perfect square factors.
Any number can have only one square. That for 60 is 3600.
negative numbers doen't have any square roots values..