Q: The product of a number squared and 8 as an equation?

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y x 8

Anything multiplied by itself produces a square number. It's the definition.

8*8 and 8 squared

2 squared = 4 8 squared = 64 2 squared + 8 squared = 4 + 64 = 68 8 squared - 2 squared = 6 squared = 36 The product of 8 x 2 = 16.

11

You said that8x = 104Divide each side of the equation by 8:x = 13

"8 squared" is not a question. It's just a number. To find the square of a number, multiply the number by itself.

2x - 12 = 8

Its a little confusing. If the number is a the product of a number times itself. Such as 8 x 8 = 64, 4 x 4 = 16, 6 x 6 = 36

No it is 23

Squaring any number means multiplying that number by itself. In this case, 8 squared (in symbols 82) is the same as 8 x 8.

It is: 8 squared = 64

10+2

64

8

64

Let x = the number 8x - 10 = 22

The relevant expression (not equation) is:2*(n + 8) - 4 or2n + 8 - 4

The word "product" is the clue; it means multiplication. 12 x 8 = 96

3x2 + 2x - 8 = 0 is a quadratic equation.

-9(x + 8)

No, it is not. The nearest square number is 9 (32).

100. the pattern is 7 squared, 8 squared, 9 squared....

8+2=n*5

equation 1: y = x-4 => y2 = x2-8x+16 when both sides are squared equation 2: x2+y2 = 8 Substitute equation 1 into equation 2: x2+x2-8x+16 = 8 => 2x2-8x+8 = 0 If the discriminant of the above quadratic equation is zero then this is proof that the line is tangent to the curve: The discriminant: b2-4ac = (-8)2-4*2*8 = 0 Therefore the discriminant is equal to zero thus proving that the line is tangent to the curve.