Q: Is 1x1 a square number

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That is because 1x1=1 and to be a square root, a number times the same number, it will be a square root of that number*. *Example 8 times the same number (8) will be 64 and 8 will be the square root of 64.

1 :D 1x1=1 1+1=2

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49 1x1 4x4 7x7 10x10 add 3 to previous number then square it.

a 1x1 square

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1 (1x1x1 or 1x1)

That is because 1x1=1 and to be a square root, a number times the same number, it will be a square root of that number*. *Example 8 times the same number (8) will be 64 and 8 will be the square root of 64.

1 :D 1x1=1 1+1=2

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1x1=1 2x2=4 3x3=9 4x4=16 5x5=25 These are squared numbers.

49 1x1 4x4 7x7 10x10 add 3 to previous number then square it.

1x1 meter is a square meter.

a 1x1 square

Basically what you have to do is make the square to according to the square For example square 1---1x1...since 1x1=1 you are supposed to make only 1 square (etc) Thankyou

Yes because 1*1 = 1

No. A square number is a number that is the result of multiplying a number by itself. I.e. 1x1=1, 2x2=4, 3x3=9, 4x4=16, 5x5=25 1,4,9,16,25 are the first 5 square numbers. 22's factors are 1x22 & 2x11 so it is not a square number v

1 square foot is a 1x1 foot square. Now multiple this by 4.