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Q: How many perfect square are between 50 to 250?

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The only perfect square between 250 and 280 is 256, which is equal to Â±16 squared.

There are infinitely many. Calculate the square root of 250, and round it up. The square of this number will be the first one. The square of any larger integer will also be a perfect square larger than 250.

152 = 225, and 162 = 256 So there can be no integer, k, such that k2 = 250 and that is what defines a perfect square.

They are: 529 and 576

what is the one square number between 200 and 250

250 square meters is 2,690.98 square feet.

250 square feet = ~27.8 square yards.

250 square yards equals 2,250 square feet.

250 square meters is 2,691 square feet.

250 square feet equates to about 23.226 m2

225. It is 15x15.

In 250 square feet there are 27.7777 square yards. Hope this helps.

It is: 225

250 m2 = 2,690.98 square feet (rounded)

250 feet by 100 feet is 25000 square feet.

2,250 square feet.

The answer is 162 = 256

It is: 225

250 square meters equals 2,690.98 square feet** square meters x 10.7639 = square feet

250 square meters is 2,690.98 square feet.

Non perfect squares between 225 and 256 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255

152 = 225

72 = 49 < 50 < 64 = 82 and 122 = 144 < 150 < 169 = 132

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