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32^2 (32 x 32) is equal to 1024.

3 squared plus 2 squared is equal to 13.

1 squared radical 40 is equal to 1 squared radical (4 x 10), and this become 2 squared radical 10. By adding 2 squared radical10 with 3 squared radical 10 we get 5 squared radical 10.

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No. If you expand (a + b)2 you get a2 + 2ab + b2. This is not equal to a2 + b2

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32^2 (32 x 32) is equal to 1024.

9 and 36

How about: 2*512 = 1024

The two square numbers which add up to 13 are 9 (which is equal to 3 squared), and 4 (which is equal to 2 squared).

No because no 2 numbers can be squared to equal 4. 1 squared is 1 2 squared is 4 so the lowest answer is 5.

512*2=1024

The numbers below are the factor pairs of 1,024 (multiplied together they equal 1,024): (1, 1024) (2, 512) (4, 256) (8, 128) (16, 64) (32, 32)

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a square numbers are numbers that can be timeds by them self's. eg 2*2,4=2 squared

This question can not be solved

9a squared = 81a^2

25 & 16. 52 - 42 = 32

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