Q: Is two squared equal to 4?

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The two square numbers which add up to 13 are 9 (which is equal to 3 squared), and 4 (which is equal to 2 squared).

Assuming the thing is as written and there are no brackets missed out then it is just 4 squared times 3 = 16x3=48.

The two numbers in question are 1 and 9. 1 is equal to 1 squared, and 9 is equal to 3 squared.

-16 you can type in -4 squared on google you can do that with like any equation

25 and 36 are each equal to their rightmost digit squared. 25 = 5 X 5 36 = 6 X 6

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The two square numbers which add up to 13 are 9 (which is equal to 3 squared), and 4 (which is equal to 2 squared).

13 squared x 4 squared is equal to 2,704.

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

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4 m squared 1cm sqaured is equal to 0.0001m squared

Assuming the thing is as written and there are no brackets missed out then it is just 4 squared times 3 = 16x3=48.

Because the letters can represent any sum not necessarily its only on a triangle where that happens the hypotenuse squared equals the sum of the other two sides squared added together like if a was 1 and b was two c could be three so 1+4 doesn't equal 9

1 squared plus 8 squared or 4 squared plus 7 squared

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No because no 2 numbers can be squared to equal 4. 1 squared is 1 2 squared is 4 so the lowest answer is 5.

The two square roots of 4 are 2 and -2. Both {2,-2} when squared, equal positive 4.

No. For it to work, then 3 squared and 4 squared would have to be equal to 6 squared. 4 squared=16 3 squared= 9 9+16= 25 6 squared= 36.