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# How is 100 a perfect square?

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It is the square of an integer: that is what a perfect square is.

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## Related Questions 100 is a perfect squarebecause 100 = 10*10  The square root of 1/100 is 1/10 which is a perfect square but perfect square are usually integers. No, 100,000 is a not perfect square. no. 64 is a perfect square and so is 100 but because the property that connects those two numbers is addition it is not a perfect square. No, it is not. For it to be a perfect square, the square root of it would have to be an integer, but &radic;120 &asymp; 10.954. 100 and 121 are perfect squares nearest to 120. &#9632; It is 100 that is a perfect square between 50 and 150    Its a Square numbera perfect square Yes, 100 is a perfect square aka. a square number. It's pretty easy toidentify You just multiply a number by itself to get a square number for example: 4 is a perfect square because it has two repeating factors 2x2. If we take 64 as another example, 8x8=64. So 64 would be a square number. 10x10=100 So yes! :)   100 is a perfect square of 10.The square root of 1000 is 31.6blahblahblah, so the square of 31 is less than 1000 and the square of 32 is more than 1000.That means the perfect squares between (not including) 100 and 1000 are the squares of 11 through 31, a total of 21 different values. The next perfect square after 81 (92) is 100 (102).  114 is not a perfect square - its square root, rounded to two decimal places, is equal to 10.68. Its closest perfect square integers are 121 (112) and 100 (102). No, its a rational number.No. 100 is rational- in fact an integer and a perfect square.  10000 is the square of 100 so you're looking for the square of 99 which is 9801. Yes - sqrt(10000) is equal to &Acirc;&plusmn;100. 100 is ten squared so it seems probable that there are 9 others... No. The smallest 2 digit number is 10 the smallest 3 digit number is 100 - so the question is whether (100-10) is a perfect square? No - 90 is not a perfect square. 8x8 is 64 and 9x9 is 91, not 90. That is called a perfect square. The first 10 are 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81 and 100.

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