(-3)2 = 9
No. Negative three squared is POSITIVE nine. The square of ANY number is positive, because if you multiply a negative number by a negative number, the result is positive.
3 squared is equal to 9
The answer ti -3 squared is similar to the answer to 3 squared. When a negative is multiplied by a negative, you get a positive, so the correct answer is 9
It's equal to positive b squared, or (b x b) .
Negative sixty-four minus four squared is equal to -80.
yes they do
It is: -x squared
Nine. A negative times a negative is a positive.
3 squared is 3 x 3 or 9.
it equals positive one. one squared is always one. if they're both negative, negative times negative is always positive.
It depends if the negative is being squared also. If you have (-3)^2 then it = 9 If you have -(3)^2 then it = -9