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# Does squared mean 4 in exponents?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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14y ago

No. The exponent '2' means that the base number is squared.

Examples:

(3)2 means "3 squared" or 9.

X2 means "X squared", or the square of whatever 'X' is.

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