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no, 10 is not a perfect square. in order for a number to be a perfect square, you have to see if the numbers that are multiplied to get it are the same. for example: 2x2=4; 4 is a perfect square. 12x12=144; 144 is also a perfect square 5x2=10 or 10x1=10. 10 isn't a perfect square because 5 and 2, and 10 and 1, are different numbers.

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