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# Perfect Square/Cube

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31 May 2011, 01:46
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Is 0 counted as a perfect square/cube? Was doing the GMAT club tests and this concept popped up on one of the DS questions. I assumed yes which was correct, but just wanted to make sure that GMAC views it like this as well. Or is this a concept that isn't usually tested on the GMAT.

FYI Question is below:

If x is an integer, what is the value of x ?

1) x^2 = x^3
2) x is both a perfect square and a perfect cube.

The second question was if 0 is a multiple of everything?

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31 May 2011, 11:23
i think yes 0 is accounted.
so values to both conditions will be 0 and 1.

welcome someone to agree / defer this.

what is the OA for the question?
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