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Q: What is the smallest multiple which will make 98 perfect square?

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One possible answer is 1/2550, which will make the product 1: 1 is a perfect square. Alternately, you could try 102, but that is far from the smallest.

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How about 150*6 = 900 which is a perfect square because 30*30 = 900

The number is 6.

sqrt(2493) = 49.93 So the largest perfect square smaller than 2493 is 492 = 2401 Therefore, the smallest number to be subtracted is 2493 - 2401 = 92

The smallest number that you can subtract from 85232 to make it a multiple of 9 is 2

In terms of prime factors, 1008 = 24*32*7 Then since 24 and 32 are perfect squares, all that is required is to make 7q a perfect square and so q = 7.

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-- Find the square root of 4,321.-- It begins with 65.7...-- So the smallest perfect square greater than 4,321 must be (66)2.-- (66)2 = 4,356 .-- 4,356 - 4,321 = 35 .

you can multiply two whole numbers together to get that. if you use graph paper, you could make a perfect square. the area of that square is called a perfect square because you can make a perfect square using that many units as the area. for example 4x4=16, so 16 would be the perfect square.

It is: 9900*11 = 108900 which is a perfect square and its square root is 330

7 its self is the smallest multiple of 7 and is also 2 x 3.5.

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