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Q: What two square numbers do you have to subtract to get 12?

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The square numbers are: 16-4 = 12

They are 4 and 16.

42-22=16-4=12

They are: 16 and 4

The numbers are 1 and 9. 32 - 12 = 9-1 = 8

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1 and 36 is one of two possible pairs -> so the squared numbers are 12 and 62

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16 and 4

It is: 16-4 = 12

The answer is 4 squared minus 2 squared as 4 squared is 16 minus 2 squared, which is 4, gives you 12 as an answer.

22 - 12 = 4 - 1 = 3

4 squared minus 2 squared equals 12

There are millions of combinations of numbers with a difference of 9. 9 and 0, 10 and 1, 11 and 2, 12 and 3, and so on. The difference is the answer that you get when you subtract two numbers, so any numbers that subtract to an answer of 9 will work.

The numbers are: (-12+square root of 171) and (-12-square root of 171)

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3

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They are 1 and 4

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-12 and +12

There cannot be such a pair. a2 and b2 when multiplied together give a2b2 = (ab)2 So if two square numbers are multiplied together, their product is a square. 12 is not a square so the two numbers cannot exist.

I suspect you are really asking for between which two whole numbers does the square root of 150 lie. The square root of 150 lies between 12 and 13 (mathematically: 12 < √150 < 13).