Q: How is 55 a square number?

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The square root of 55 is an irrational number, meaning it never ends and doesn't have a repeating digit pattern, so it has an infinite number of digits.

55*55 = 3025 or (-55)*(-55) = 3025 which makes 3025 the square of the integers Â±55, and thus a perfect square.

They are: square root of 55 times square root of 55 = 55 or 27.5+27.5 = 55

55 is not a perfect square, so the simplest expression (without rounding) is the square root of 55 itself.

55 square meters = 592.02 square feet (rounded)

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The square root of 55 to the nearest whole number is 7.

No, 55 is not a square number. Square numbers are numbers like this: 16, 25, 36 and 100 and heaps of others.

The square root of 55 is an irrational number, meaning it never ends and doesn't have a repeating digit pattern, so it has an infinite number of digits.

55*55 = 3025 or (-55)*(-55) = 3025 which makes 3025 the square of the integers Â±55, and thus a perfect square.

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They are: square root of 55 times square root of 55 = 55 or 27.5+27.5 = 55

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55 is not a perfect square, so the simplest expression (without rounding) is the square root of 55 itself.

55 square meters = 592.02 square feet (rounded)

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60 x 55 = 3300 square feet