Q: Why is 56 not a square number?

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No, they are not.

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No whole number timesed (timsed) by itself equals 56. The square root of 56 is 7.48331477354788.

56 acres = 2,439,360 square feet.

sqrt(56) = 7.483 approx.

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56 is composite number.

That means to multiply the number by itself, that is, 56 x 56.

72 + 7 = 56

"7" is the number because its square root is "49" & 49+7=56

No, they are not.

The number is 7.

7 Or -8

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-7 Its square is +49 and 56 less than 49 is -7. Another answer is +8.

square root of 3136, square root 3146 56x56

Square numbers are the result of any number being multiplied by itself. 196 is a square number because 14 x 14 = 196. Break it down: 14x10=140 14x4=56 140+56=196

No whole number timesed (timsed) by itself equals 56. The square root of 56 is 7.48331477354788.