If we prime factorize \(900\), we get \({2}^{2} \times {3}^{2} \times {5}^{2}\). All of the factors are squares, so we can see that 900 must be a perfect square. If we multiply \(2 \times 3 \times 5\), we get \(30\), which is the answer.

If we prime factorize \(900\), we get \({2}^{2} \times {3}^{2} \times {5}^{2}\). All of the factors are squares, so we can see that 900 must be a perfect square. If we multiply \(2 \times 3 \times 5\), we get \(30\), which is the answer.