perfect square

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perfect square

n.
An integer that is the square of an integer.

per′fect square′



n.
a rational number that is equal to the square of another rational number.
[1935–40]
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50) or less by two perfect squares of irrational diameters (of a square the side of which is five = 50 + 50 = 100); and a hundred cubes of three (27 X 100 = 2700 + 4900 + 400 = 8000).
Stelling; for Tom could predict with accuracy what number of horses were cantering behind him, he could throw a stone right into the centre of a given ripple, he could guess to a fraction how many lengths of his stick it would take to reach across the playground, and could draw almost perfect squares on his slate without any measurement.
The 18:9 screen aspect ratio of the FullVision display allows the screen to be divided into two identical perfect squares, ideal for multi-tasking with the G6's camera UX, which has been developed with social media users in mind.
Even numbers that are perfect squares (such as 29 929 and 17 397 241) do not yield easily to these primitive methods, while numbers that are not perfect squares, such as 52, are more problematic, and negative numbers are even more problematic.
I've devoted most of my life to bringing up cats but one of them still ended up with three legs and another became so neurotic she licked patches of fur off her stomach in perfect squares.
We take a moment to verify the form of perfect squares in mentioned rings of integers.
Again, all are made with the best quality ingredients from scratch in small batches, then fully cut into perfect squares and packed into multiples of four so caterers only need defrost four slices at a time.
and at the outside borders, small, perfect squares to keep the petals
Slice off the corners for perfect squares or chop them into triangles.
Gary said, "4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, and 100 all represent perfect squares.
For example in the teaching of difference of two perfect squares, he links the algebra to mental arithmetic and area.
Though the paper broadly addresses the area of Mathematics the first mission used in this study included three arithmetic topics, Prime numbers, Even and Odd numbers and Perfect Squares.