Q: What is zero square?

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The square root of zero is zero.

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This is an odd question. I hope you understand that a "square number" is not the opposite of a prime number. Zero is not a prime. Zero is a "square number" since 02=0.

Anything to the zero power is one. So the square root is one.

"0" And if you think about it, zero times zero is still zero. Zero times anything is zero, so this doesn't have an exception when you do the reverse to find the square root.The square root of a number (n) is a number that when multiplied by itself (squared) results in the original number (n). Therefore, the square root of 0 must be 0 because 0 x 0 = 0.

A gallon is a measure of volume;A square foot, as a measure of area, has zero depth, so it's volume is 1 square foot x zero feet = zero cubic feet, so there are no gallons in a square foot.

Yes.

No. The square of a positive number is positive; the square of a negative number is also positive; and the square of zero is zero. If you want to square a number and get a negative result, you need complex numbers. For example, the square of 2i is -4.

X = any number you like. You see, in order to solve for x, one would have to know what those two things equaled. For instance, what if x = zero? The square root of 2 times zero multiplied by the square root of 50 times zero, is going to be zero.

Undefined: You cannot divide by zero

No it is not, as the square root of 240 is not an natural number or zero.

The purge rails?

It is always zero.

Yes.

Yes.

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No.

Zero.

It will be a square matrix and, to that extent, it is diagonalisable. However, the diagonal elements need not be non-zero. It will be a square matrix and, to that extent, it is diagonalisable. However, the diagonal elements need not be non-zero. It will be a square matrix and, to that extent, it is diagonalisable. However, the diagonal elements need not be non-zero. It will be a square matrix and, to that extent, it is diagonalisable. However, the diagonal elements need not be non-zero.

A chi-square statistic which is near zero suggests that the observations are exceptionally consistent with the hypothesis.

No. There are infinitely many perfect squares so there is no "the" perfect square.

Zero is the only number that has only one square root.The square root of zero is zero.All other numbers have two square roots.The square roots of 4 are 2 and -2. Two is referred to as the "principal" square root.When you get to the grade that discusses imaginary/complex numbers, you'll learn that negative numbers also have square roots. The square roots of -4 are 2i and -2i. 2i is the principal square root.

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