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The square of the number 8 is 64.

9 is the square number after 8.

Take any valid 4 x 4 magic square. For example: 9 6 3 16 4 15 10 5 14 1 8 11 7 1 10 16 Decrease every number by 6, so that the smallest number you will find in the square is -5, and the largest number in the square will be 10. This is a valid magic square for the set of numbers given and can be rotated any of four ways, and reflected either of two ways.

The square number of 8 is 64

That is because 1x1=1 and to be a square root, a number times the same number, it will be a square root of that number*. *Example 8 times the same number (8) will be 64 and 8 will be the square root of 64.

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The square of the number 8 is 64.

Yes. One solution is: -4 16 -12 -8 0 8 12 -16 4

Take any valid 4 x 4 magic square. For example: 9 6 3 16 4 15 10 5 14 1 8 11 7 1 10 16 Decrease every number by 6, so that the smallest number you will find in the square is -5, and the largest number in the square will be 10. This is a valid magic square for the set of numbers given and can be rotated any of four ways, and reflected either of two ways.

9 is the square number after 8.

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The square of a negative number is always positive. The square of -8 = 64, a rational number

The number 8. there is nothing that special about a 8 ball.

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The square number of 8 is 64

64 is a square number (8 x 8). The next square number is 81 (9 x 9) The ones in between are not square.

The opposite of a square root is to square the number. √64 = 8 → 8² = 64.

That is because 1x1=1 and to be a square root, a number times the same number, it will be a square root of that number*. *Example 8 times the same number (8) will be 64 and 8 will be the square root of 64.