If a card is drawn from a bag of 23 cards numbered from 1 to 23, calculate the probability that the drawn card carries a perfect square number.
To find the probability of drawing a perfect square, divide the number of cards that carry a
perfect square by the total number of cards.
Perfect squares are the result of multiplying a whole number by itself. The numbers from 1
to 23 that are perfect squares are 1 (or ), 4 (or ), 9 (or ) and 16 (or ).