Q: Why 100 a perfect square?

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It is the square of an integer: that is what a perfect square is.

The square root of 1/100 is 1/10 which is a perfect square but perfect square are usually integers.

100 is a perfect squarebecause 100 = 10*10

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No, it is not. For it to be a perfect square, the square root of it would have to be an integer, but √120 ≈ 10.954. 100 and 121 are perfect squares nearest to 120. ■

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It is the square of an integer: that is what a perfect square is.

100 is a perfect square.

The square root of 1/100 is 1/10 which is a perfect square but perfect square are usually integers.

No, 100,000 is a not perfect square.

100 is a perfect squarebecause 100 = 10*10

100 is a perfect squarebecause 100 = 10*10

10000

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no. 64 is a perfect square and so is 100 but because the property that connects those two numbers is addition it is not a perfect square.

No, it is not. For it to be a perfect square, the square root of it would have to be an integer, but √120 ≈ 10.954. 100 and 121 are perfect squares nearest to 120. ■

It is 100 that is a perfect square between 50 and 150

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