Q: Is 300 a square number

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The first perfect square which is greater than 300 is 324.

You can take the square root of a negative number by using complex numbers and the "i" operator. (-300)^.5 = (-1 * 300)^.5 = (-1)^.5 * 300^.5 = i17.32 because i = (-1)^.5

No because it is an irrational number

300 mm square = 300 mm * 300 mm = 300*300 square mm = 90000 sq mm or 90000 mm2

A cube with edges 300-ft long has a total surface area of 540,000 square ft. That's 60,000 square yds in case you have to carpet it.

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Every number from 100 to 300 is a square root - of some number.

256 is the greatest even square number that is less than 300.

No.

There is no "the" square number. 225, 256 and 289 are THREE square numbers between 200 and 300.

The first perfect square which is greater than 300 is 324.

you cant take the square root of a negative number

You can take the square root of a negative number by using complex numbers and the "i" operator. (-300)^.5 = (-1 * 300)^.5 = (-1)^.5 * 300^.5 = i17.32 because i = (-1)^.5

No because it is an irrational number

300*3 = 900 which is a perfect square because 30 squared equals 900

They are 324 and 361 which are both square numbers

300 square miles = 192000 acres 300 square miles = 77699.643309 hectares 300 square miles = 7.7699643309e+28 square angstroms 300 square miles = 8.6809994583e-24 square light years 300 square miles = 76799.999999 square city blocks [Midwest U.S.] 300 square miles = 3717119999.9 square cubits 300 square miles = 776.99643309 square kilometers 300 square miles = 1105915576.8 square varas [California] 300 square miles = 479627427.83 tatami [Japan] 300 square miles = 227265.70117 arpents [Canada]

There can't be a prime number that has a square root because the square root would be a factor of the number.