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Is 40 a perfect square and why?

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2016-03-05 15:02:04

40 is a not perfect square.

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No, 40 is not a perfect square


the closest whole number's whose square is close to 40 are 6 and 7 with the squares being 36 and 49 respectively. A perfect square doesn't have any decimal parts to it, thus 40 is not a perfect square since root 40 =6.32455....


the answer is 1. there is only 1 perfect square beteen 30 and 40.



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1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36. These are the perfect squares from 1 to 40.


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