Which numbers are perfect squares? Check all that apply.

1

2

16

18

32

44

94

100

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Which numbers are perfect squares? Check all that apply.

1

2

16

18

32

44

94

100

1, 16, 100 (a, c, h)

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1, 16, 100

Step-by-step explanation:

1=1*1

16=4*4

100=10*10

A perfect square is a number made by squaring a whole number.

Since

[tex]1^2=1;[/tex][tex]4^2=16;[/tex][tex]10^2=100,[/tex]

numbers 1, 16, 100 are perfect squares. You cannot find such whole number n, that

[tex]2=n^2;[/tex][tex]18=n^2;[/tex][tex]32=n^2;[/tex][tex]44=n^2;[/tex][tex]94=n^2,[/tex]

therefore, numbers 2, 18, 32, 44, 94 are not perfect squares.

1, 16, 100.

1,16,100 are perfect squares

1 is the only available answer that is a perfect square.

ANSWER: 1, 16, 100 are perfect squares.

STEP-BY-STEP EXPLANATION:

A perfect square is a number that can be expressed as the product of two equal integers.

1 x 1 = 1

4 x 4 = 16

10 x 10 = 100

I, 16 and 100. Because a perfect square number has to be multiplied to the by itself to get that number.

16, 100, 1,

Step-by-step explanation:

A perfect square is a number multiplied by itself to get that number. So 16 would be 4*4 and 100 would be 10*10, then 1 would just be 1*1

1, 16, 100.

1*1=1

4*4=16

10*10=100

1, 16, 100

1x1=1

4x4=16

10x10=100

the rest of the numbers on the list aren't perfect squares because you cannot multiply a number by itself to get that answer