10 is not the square of a whole number. However, 3.1623 is roughly the square root of 10.
The 10th square number is 100
it has no square root
100 is the next square number (10 x 10)
"Still" implies that the original number is a square number. In that case, the answer is as follows: There is no number such that it is a perfect sqiuare and that the number increased (or decreased) by 10 is also a perfect square. And if you do not limit it to perfect square then every non-negative number is a square with the number that is 10 more also being a square.
No, it is not.
yes,100 is a square number because if it doesn't like add like go into a cube number its obviously gonna be square number. And also 10 multiplied by 10 actually equals 100 so yea
There is no such thing as the square root of 10 metres. There is a square root of the number 10, which is: 3.1622776601683795
It is 10*10 = 100