Q: What is a number you can square that is bigger than 900 but smaller than 1000?

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(901)2 = 811,801

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There are infinitely many numbers that are between any two given numbers. If you want the number that's exactly in the middle, calculate the average - that is, add the two numbers together, then divide the result by 2.

The answer depends on whether it is 350 feet * 1000 ft, or 350 metres * 1000 metres, or some other units.

31*31 = 961 or 31.62*31.62 = 999.8244

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(901)2 = 811,801

The positive integer whose square is between 900 and 1000 is 31. 312 = 961.

30.1 <><><><><><> This can be solved easily by taking the square root of 900, which is 30, and 1000, which is about 31.62. So, any number between 30 and 31.62, exclusive, would square to be between 900 and 1000.

The only integer answer is 31. 31^2 = 961.

-- Any number between 30 and 31.6 will do that. -- If you're only looking for a whole number, then 31 is the only one.

31*31 =961

Since there are 1000 m in each km, the number gets bigger when kilometers are converted to meters.

It is bigger.

729

any positive number is larger than a negative. a bigger negative number like -1000 is smaller than -500, which is smaller than 0, think about it like a number line.

1000 ft is bigger 300 yd is smaller

No, its 1000 times smaller