While they may have been called magic squares, there is absolutely nothing magical about them. The arrangement of numbers in magic squares is all very rational.
8x8 feet = 64 square feet = 9,216 square inches.
64 square feet
a square area will be 8x8=64. Formula is a2 + b2 = c2. In other words the square root of (8x8 + 8x8) 128 which is 11.31371
0.44444 square feet per tile.
There are: 8*8 = 64 squares
36 + 64 = 100 (6x6) + (8x8)
A checkerboard is a square that is 8x8
abswer is 6.9218 square feet
2 and 1/4
64 and 81 are squares of whole numbers. 64 is the square of 8 (8x8=64) and 81 is the square of 9 (9x9=81).
assuming 8 x 8 is feet then answer is 64 square feet
8x8 and 16x4
the square root of 128 or 8 times the square root of 2.
8ft X 8ft = 64 sq ft
None, since there can be no conversion. An ounce is a measure of mass while an 8x8 square is a measure of area in 2-dimensional space. Furthermore, there are no units for these measures: 8x8 millimetres is a trillionth of 8x8 kilometres! The two measure different characteristics and, according to the most basic principles of dimensional analysis, any attempt at comparisons or conversions between the two are fundamentally flawed.
A square number, also known as a perfect square, is simply the square of an integer.
8X8=64, and 9X9=81; so I would say 8 and 9.
Presumably you mean a board similar to a Chess Board, in which case 64. 8x8 square.
No, 8x8 is 64 and that is a perfect square... 69 is not!
The square root of 64 equals 8. 8x8=64
Not enough information. 8x8 what?
The answer depends on the dimensions used for 8x8. For example, an 8 inch x 8 inch tile will have a different area to an 8 cm x 8 cm tile.
64 is a square number; 8x8 = 64.
To find how many square feet are in an octagon you basicly just have to find the area of the octagon in this problem it would be 8x8 to get the answer how to find the answer is that you must first find out how many sides your shape has then multiply your sides length in this case it happens to be 8 for both of the multiples thus 8x8 equals 64.