Q: Which is the odd one out circle square?

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Yes. One has to be the square of an odd number. The other square has to the the square of the even number either before or after the odd number. If this is confusing just plug in real values. In either case, an odd times and odd is odd. Therefore one of the squares has to be odd. AN even times an even, however, is always even. Therefore, the second square has to be even. Thus, one of the squares is even and the other is odd. An even plus and odd is always odd.

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no, it is odd

The is not stated that the circle inside the square was the greatest possible circle, so all one can say is 8pi at most.

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Yes. One has to be the square of an odd number. The other square has to the the square of the even number either before or after the odd number. If this is confusing just plug in real values. In either case, an odd times and odd is odd. Therefore one of the squares has to be odd. AN even times an even, however, is always even. Therefore, the second square has to be even. Thus, one of the squares is even and the other is odd. An even plus and odd is always odd.

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It is the square of an odd integer.

yes, a circle has the smallest surface area of anything. just imagine a circle inside a square so that there is 1 point on each side of the square touching a point on the circle. The corners of the square are the only thing the circle does not have, while the circle does not have anything the square does not have. Square is bigger

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Let's call the number 'K' ... the side of the square and the radius of the circle.-- the area of the square is [ K2 ]-- the area of the circle is [ (pi) K2 ]-- The ratio of the circle to the square is [(pi) K2 / K2 ] = pi

Half of all square numbers are odd. They are the ones which are the square of an odd number.

There are infinitely many of them. The square of every odd number will be an odd square number.