perfect square


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perfect square

[′pər·fikt ′skwer]
(mathematics)
A number or polynomial which is the exact square of another number or polynomial.
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16 is a perfect square and even its square root is a perfect square.
We also know that each group was a specific number of soldiers, who when lined up, formed a perfect square.
The children also learned that 5 x 5 = 25 has no commutative partner, as 25 is a perfect square.
The work decomposes a book called 50 gier na kolorowych planszach (50 Games on Color Boards), published in Poland in 1971, and shows its pages framed, nosralgically paying tribute to the abstract pictorial values underlying the game boards and the aesthetic balance embodied in the perfect square of the book pages.
Quad explores the isolation and anonymity of contemporary life as four figures move silently in a perfect square pattern.
We will be concerned with the simple continued fraction expansions of [square root of D] where D is an integer that is not perfect square.
Checking back inside, he offered the unmarked Larsson a perfect square pass that the Swede accepted with a shot inside the far post.
The best way to explore these 3 perfect square miles is to create your own mix-and-match surf-and-turf adventure, bouncing back and forth from beach to valley--from sunsets and sandy feet to berries and barrel tastings.
Cut your paper into a perfect square and fold one of the corners into the centre slightly beyond the centre point.
Starting at one corner, I was able to move the group in an almost perfect square, then up to the center of die target.
Rovers were caught by Elliott's sharp break through the inside left channel as a perfect square pass set up striker Jones for a confident finish from a dozen yards.