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The square of a number is always two numbers multiplied together. A positive times a positive is always positive, and a negative times a negative is always positive.
2 times 0.5 square meters are in one square meter. 2 times .5 always equals 1.
A positive number times a positive number is always positive. A negative number times a negative number is always positive. Therefore, any square number will be positive. Any number to the fourth power (a square times a square) will always be positive. And so on.
No, a perfect square is the square of an integer number. Fractions are never a perfect square, as the square of an integer is always another integer.Actually fractions can be perfect squares an example is one ninth, it would be one third times one third which equals one ninth.
A larger rectangle whose width is twice as long as one of the smaller rectangles and whose length is three times that of one of the smaller rectangles.
15 times the square root of two, all over two A formula is this: The diagonal for a square is always the sides of the square times the square root of 2
No... it is not, try anything, 8 times 8, 6 times 6, you will never get 48, Therefore, it is not a square number.
Do 4 sides times 4 rectangles. So it would be 4x4=16 sides
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you just times it by two
Yes. The square of an integer is just the number times itself. For any two whole numbers that are multiplied, the answer is always an integer (i.e. no decimals).