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# How do you find an odd square number dividend?

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###### April 21, 2012 6:22PM

It would be any number that divides evenly, so 9/3=3 The dividend, or the number being divided would be 9 and it would be a square number because 3 squared is 9. Other odd square number dividends would be 25, 49, 81.

## Related Questions

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic

### Why even divided by odd equal even?

Odd numbers do NOT have a factor of 2.
When an Even number is divided by an Odd number with no
remainder, the prime factors of the divisor cancel out the prime
factors of the dividend, but there will be no prime 2 to cancel the
prime factor of 2 in the dividend leaving the the quotient to have
a factor of 2, and so will be Even.
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Alternatively, consider what happens when you multiply Odd and
Even numbers:
Odd × Odd = Odd
Odd × Even = Even
Even × Even = Even
The result is Even ONLY if at least one of the numbers
multiplied together is Even.
Thus if you divide an Even number by an Odd number, the result
must be Even.
Also consider that Odd times Odd is Odd. Multiplication is the
inverse of division, so if you have:
dividend ÷ divisor = quotient
then
dividend = quotient × divisor
Now, if the divisor is Odd and the quotient is Odd, the the
Dividend MUST be Odd (since Odd × Odd = Odd).
Thus if the Dividend is Even and the Divisor is Odd, then the
Quotient must be Even.

###### Asked in Numbers

### What are odd square numbers?

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Prime Numbers, Numbers

### What is an even number and a square number?

An even number is any integer that can be divided by two evenly.
A square number is any integer multiplied by itself.
2 is even
3 is odd
4 is even and a square of 2
9 is odd and a square of 3
The square of any even number will itself be an even number, and
the square of any odd number will itself be an odd number.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Numbers

### Is the sum of two square consecutive numbers an odd number?

Yes. One has to be the square of an odd number. The other square
has to the the square of the even number either before or after the
odd number. If this is confusing just plug in real values. In
either case, an odd times and odd is odd. Therefore one of the
squares has to be odd. AN even times an even, however, is always
even. Therefore, the second square has to be even. Thus, one of the
squares is even and the other is odd. An even plus and odd is
always odd.