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the smallest perfect number is 1

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

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.

when you multiply a positive number by a negative number it is a negative. if u multiply a negative by a negative then it is positive

It's the smallest positive odd number.

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the smallest perfect number is 1

Perfect squares are positive. A smallest negative number doesn't exist. The four smallest prime numbers are 2, 3, 5 and 7. The smallest perfect square would have to be 2^2 x 3^2 x 5^2 x 7^2 or 44,100

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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.

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

If the number is one, then it is the smallest positive square.

When you multiply a positive number by a negative number you always get a negative number.

The number zero is not the smallest positive integer. The number one is the smallest positive integer.

when you multiply a positive number by a negative number it is a negative. if u multiply a negative by a negative then it is positive

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(+)(+)=(+) (-)(-)=(+) (-)(+)=(-) (+)(-)=(-) This is all.

It's the smallest positive odd number.