Q: What is the smallest number that you should multiply to 2550 to make it a perfect square?

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If you have a number like 12 and you multiply it by the same number: 12 and the answer you get is a whole number, then the whole number is the perfect square.

Multiply liters by 0.1 to get decaliters.

number to be added to 97 to get the smallest three digit number = 3smallest three digit number = 100100 - 97 = 3

3510

Because numbers are infinite, there is an infinite number of answers. e.g. What number should be added to 2 to make a perfect square? 2+2=4 (a perfect square) 2+7=9 (a perfect square) 2+14=16 (a perfect square) 2+23=25 (a perfect square) etc... Did you have a specific number in mind.

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If you have a number like 12 and you multiply it by the same number: 12 and the answer you get is a whole number, then the whole number is the perfect square.

You could always multiply it by 28800. Though 2 would also do.

The smallest 2-digit WHOLE number (without any zeroes behind it) should be 10.

5 is the least WHOLE number. But there are many smaller numbers: for example, 1/200 = 0.005 would make the multiple 1, the cube of 1.

Multiply liters by 0.1 to get decaliters.

Yes.

number to be added to 97 to get the smallest three digit number = 3smallest three digit number = 100100 - 97 = 3

3510

Yes. They are numbers. They are real. They are rational. They are integers. They are positive. They are perfect squares. They are extrema of number with their digital length (9 is the biggest 1-digit number, 100 is the smallest 3-digit number). There are many more but that should keep you going for a while.

Because numbers are infinite, there is an infinite number of answers. e.g. What number should be added to 2 to make a perfect square? 2+2=4 (a perfect square) 2+7=9 (a perfect square) 2+14=16 (a perfect square) 2+23=25 (a perfect square) etc... Did you have a specific number in mind.

Multiply any number with 0, you get 0.

No to be a perfect square you should be able to take the number and square root it on the calculator and get an integer.