Any number multiplied by itself or taken to the second power is said to be squared.
Yes, area is always squared in math. I know this because I asked my math teacher ( who is the best math teacher ever!)
If a number is 'squared' it's simply multiplied by itself. for example 3 squared is 3 x 3 which equals 9.
"Squared" means to multiply a number by itself. For example, 3 squared (32) is 3 x 3, which = 9.
The sum of a number plus 3 to the square root of 9 to the sum of 2 would equal -2. This is a math problem.
The number can be anything. Give it the name 'X'. Three less than the square of the number is (X2 - 3).
Of course not! Even numbers or divisible by two with no remainder. Nor is it a prime number. 49 = 7x7 (or 7 squared)
23 is not a squared number but it is a prime number
"Squared" means that something is multiplied by itself. For instance, 5 squared means the same as 5 times 5.
in math, we learn A squared + B squared = C squared. Its mostly refering to hypotenuse and right triangles.
107 squared is 11449
A squared number is a number multiplied by itself. For example, two (2) squared is 2 X 2 = 4; three (3) squared is 3 X 3 = 9. A number squared is shown on a computer as x^2, so 2 squared is 2^2, and 3 squared is 3^2.
A number squared means that the number is multiplied by itself.
yes. it's a squared number of 9
the answer is 162 duh.
Four squared is 16. When a number is squared, multiply the number by itself once.
When the sum of a number plus 3 is squared, it is 11 more than the sum of the number plus 2 when squared.
An odd number squared would always equal an odd number and an even number squared would always equal an even
If a number is to the power of 2 it is "squared". The number that is squared is the "root".
When a number is squared, it has been multiplied by itself. For instance: 4 squared means 4x4, which is equal to 16.