Yes, a perfect square is a number that has an integer square root.

Yes. Any integer is a perfect square root.

200 is not a perfect square. Its square root is a fraction and the square root of a perfect square is always an integer.

500 is not a perfect square. Its square root is a fraction and the square root of a perfect square is always an integer.

30 is not a perfect square. Its square root is a fraction and the square root of a perfect square is always an integer.

38 is not a perfect square. Its square root is a fraction and the square root of a perfect square is always an integer.

When the square root is an integer.

Any integer is a perfect square oot (of its square). So 300 is a perfect square root of 90000.

* Its square root is a whole #. Example: 16 is a perfect square. Its square root is 4. 17 is not a perfect square. Its square root is around 4.123105626

Irrational. The square root of a positive integer is either an integer (that is, if the integer is a perfect square), or an irrational number.

Yes. The square root of a positive integer can only be an integer (if your integer is a perfect square), or an irrational number (if it isn't).

A principal square root is any square root that's answer is positive, and a perfect square root is a square root that's answer is an integer.

8 is a perfect cube; it is not a perfect square. Its square root is a fraction and the square root of a perfect square is always an integer....you're thinking of 9...

No. If the square root is not an integer, it does not qualify.

No. If the square root of 98 was an integer, 98 would be a perfect square.

The square root of 2 is irrational. In general, the square root of a positive integer is either an integer (if you take the square root of a perfect square), or it is irrational.

To be a perfect square, a number must have a square root that evaluates to an integer. The square root of 2 is approximately equal to 1.414, thus it is not a perfect square.

There are two square roots of a perfect square: a positive number and the same number as a negative number. The square root of a perfect square will always be an integer.

No - the square root of 111 is not a perfect integer.

Because its square root is not an integer.

Because 9 is a perfect square - which means that its square root is an integer. 3 is not a perfect square.

No to be a perfect square you should be able to take the number and square root it on the calculator and get an integer.

Yes. In general, if an integer is not a perfect square, its square root is irrational.

No because its square root is an irrational number

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