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Q: How did you find the square of each number?

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You square each number and multiply that by the frequency with which that number appears. You then sum together these results.

Yes, the whole idea of taking the "square root" of a number is, for example for the square root of 2, to find the number that, when squared, gives you 2. if you try to do both, they cancel each other out.

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