how to determine if a given number is a perfect square or not?
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Find the square root, and see if its an integer or not. If its an integer then the number was a perfect sqare
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You give me examples and I will do it for you, I don't know your level. If I say
If 8n+1 is a perfect square what can you say about n
then this question can go above your level. So you need to tell me what you r level is
1,3,6,10,15,21,28,36,45 and so on. couldn't reply yesterday b coz of connection failure
ha ha. No not that. The answer is "2n can't be a perfect square" or
"\[\sqrt (8n+1)\]" is always odd.
i don't get u
Thats why I told you to provide me problems, rather than having problems from me.
all of them are perfect squares. what then?
The question was, what is the property of n, when 8n+1 is a perfect square. What you are doing is just putting values and seeing if they are satisfying the relation I gave you. But thats not the problem. The problem is to prove the two answer statement I gave you. i.e. "2n can't be a perfect square" or "(√8n+1) is always odd."
I didn't get them by guess work, I proved them, and that is what is expected.