[From the notes of Emily Moore. Slightly modified by Sam Rebelsky]

A *divisor* of an integer *x* is an integer *y* such that
*y* evenly divides *x*. That is, there is another integer
*z* such that *y*z* = *x*.

Which positive integers have an odd number of positive divisors?

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