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Which of these numbers is both a perfect square and a cube?

A 1
B 3
C 8
D 2
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A perfect square(number) is a number whose square root is a whole number.

A cube number is a number multiplied itself 3 times.

1 is both a perfect square(1x1=1) and cube(1x1x1=1).

(8 is a cube number(2x2x2=8) however is not a perfect square!)

Answer is:

A 1

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