There is some dispute as to whether zero is a perfect square. It meets most definitions of a perfect square, namely that it is an integer squared. However, it does not meet the historical definition of a perfect square, ... More »

A perfect square trinomial is the expanded product of two identical binomials. A perfect square trinomial is also the result that occurs when a binomial is squared. There are two general formulas for factoring a perfect ... More »

A list of perfect squares under 100 includes 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64 and 81. Perfect squares are infinite in number because they are found by multiplying a number by itself, meaning that the possibilities are endless... More »

The zero symbol first appeared around 2000 B.C. when the ancient Babylonians used it to mark that something was missing. As a concept and a number, however, the zero was invented in India around 650 B.C. More »

In mathematics, zero is an even number. To be even, a number must be divisible by two with no remainder. Zero fits this description because zero divided by two equals zero. More »

In math, zero is considered to be an even number. In order to be even, a number must be able to be divided exactly by two. Zero qualifies because zero divided by two equals zero. More »

The concept of zero dates back to the Babylonians in 2000 B.C., but the actual symbol was fully developed in the fifth century A.D. The Sumerians, Babylonians, Mayans and Indians all invented the concept independently. More »