True or False? The product of two prime numbers can be a perfect square.

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  • Unless the two primes are not required to be distinct, the answer is obviously “true”. For example, 4 = 2*2 is a product of two (non-distinct) primes and a square. Yes, that’s nitpicky, but well … this is a math trivia question, so it better be worded precisely.