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Q: What is the two consecutive square number of 144?

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No. 144 has exatly two square roots. +12 and -12 are them.No other number can be one.72 can be half of 144, and in fact, it is.

√144 < √165 < √169 12 < √165 < 13

9 and 10

The square of the second number.

12 and 13

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If you define a rectangular number as a number which is the product of two consecutive integers, it cannot be square.

Negative numbers have no real square roots.-144 has two square roots: 12i and -12i.

between 12 and 13 (144 and 169)

If you define a rectangular number as a number which is the product of two consecutive integers, it cannot be square.

12 and 13

No. 144 has exatly two square roots. +12 and -12 are them.No other number can be one.72 can be half of 144, and in fact, it is.

They are 9 times 16 = 144

√144 < √165 < √169 12 < √165 < 13

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9 and 10

The square of the second number.

10 and 12. 10 is the square root of 100, and 12 is the square root of 144. The square root of 139 is about 11.79

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