Is 65 a square number?

The questions are: Is 65 a perfect square and is 65 a square number?


Here we will answer the question. Is 65 a square number? You could also ask is 65 a perfect square? Square number and perfect square mean the same thing.

Anyway, for 65 to be a square number, 65 must be the product of an integer multiplied by itself. In other words, the square root of 65 must equal a whole number (integer).

There is no integer that you can multiply by itself that will make 65. Furthermore, the square root of 65 is not an integer. Thus, 65 is NOT a square number.

The answer to the question: "Is 65 a square number?" is NO.
The answer to the question: "Is 65 a perfect square?" is also NO



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