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Q: What is the value of 10 squared?

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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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3 squared is 3 x 3 or 9.

what is 10 squared DOES NOT equal what?

If I have this correct you are asking x^2 + 10^2 = 12^2 Then x=6.633249507108

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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.

Normally, the tenth square number would be 10 squared, which is 100.

10 squared equals 100. 102 = 10*10 10*10 = 100

10(2) equals 100. When a number is squared, it is basically multiplied by itself, so 10(2) is 10x10=100

102 or 100

20 squared is 20 x 20 or 400.

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