can someone please describe me why only the perfect square has odd number of factors.why does other number not has odd numbers of factors? I understand it but don't find any mathmetical proof.Please help me
For a given number $n$ we can group its divisors in pairs $(d,\frac nd)$, except that if $n=m^2$ this would pair $m$ with itself.
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