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The difference between the squares of two consecutive numbers is the sum of those two numbers. For example: 2 squared is 4. 3 squared is 9. 9-4=5 2+3=5 This is for a very simple reason: To go from 2x2 or '2 lots of two' to '3 lots of two' (3x2) we must add another two. 3 lots of two equals 2 lots of three. To get to three lots of two we need another three. We have added two then three, or 2+3. You can also apply this rule two numbers further apart, but to discover their squares' difference you must add them together and multiply by their difference EG. 2 squared is 4 4 squared is 16 16-4= 12 (2+4)x2=12

A prime number is a positive integer with two factors: one and the number itself. A squared number is any integer multiplied by itself. With the exception of 1, all squared numbers are composite.

It is the difference of two squares which is: (x+2y)(x-2y)

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The difference is that they are both totally different things. When you times something by two you're just doubling it and when you square something you times it by itself. Ex: 1x2=2 2x2=4 3x2=6 These are all doubling. Ex:1 squared is the same as 1x1 2 squared is the same as 2x2 3 squared is the same as 3x3 These are all numbers squared

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2 squared = 4 8 squared = 64 2 squared + 8 squared = 4 + 64 = 68 8 squared - 2 squared = 6 squared = 36 The product of 8 x 2 = 16.

4 squared is 16, so any numbers that are 16 apart. For example 46-30=16

There are no two whole numbers which when squared sum to 62. There are infinitely may pairs of irrational numbers that when squared sum to 62, eg 1 and √61, 2 and √58

The difference between the squares of two consecutive numbers is the sum of those two numbers. For example: 2 squared is 4. 3 squared is 9. 9-4=5 2+3=5 This is for a very simple reason: To go from 2x2 or '2 lots of two' to '3 lots of two' (3x2) we must add another two. 3 lots of two equals 2 lots of three. To get to three lots of two we need another three. We have added two then three, or 2+3. You can also apply this rule two numbers further apart, but to discover their squares' difference you must add them together and multiply by their difference EG. 2 squared is 4 4 squared is 16 16-4= 12 (2+4)x2=12

Those numbers would be 13 and 8. 13 squared + 8 squared This is equal to: 169 + 64 which equals 233 And finally, 13 - 8 equals 5.

you square the hypotenuse and find two numbers when squared and then added together equal the hypotenuse squared then the numbers before they were squared are the two legs

The difference of two squares is equivalent to the sum, times the difference, of the numbers that are squared. In symbols: a2 - b2 = (a + b)(a - b) Here is an example with numbers: 102 - 92 = (10+9)(10-9)

5 squared + 12 squared = 169 (13 squared)

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It depends on what the 4000 square numbers are.

A prime number is a positive integer with two factors: one and the number itself. A squared number is any integer multiplied by itself. With the exception of 1, all squared numbers are composite.

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