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Q: Ten times the square of a non-zero number is equal to forty times the number?

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No No, forty is not a square number. No numbers times itself equal forty. Some Square numbers close to forty are 36 ( 6x6) and 49 (7x7). Hope this helpedType your answer here...

Irrational.

A number is x squared plus forty four is equal to the number x to the fourth power times three?

To square a number (mathematically expressed as X2) you multiply it by itself. 49 is the square of the number 7, and 7 can be said to be the 'square root' of 49.

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What is the formula to determine the number of triangles in a given square of forty-four triangles?

Expressed in words, this number is equal to one hundred and forty-seven thousand seven hundred and forty.

There is only one number that equals 42. That number is . . . . . 42 .

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A prime number is a number that's only factors are the number itself and one. So, the first two prime numbers after forty are forty-one and forty-three. Forty-one multiplied by forty-three is equal to one thousand, seven hundred, sixty-three.

forty + six = 46

Three is a number, three hundred is a number, three hundred forty is a number, three hundred forty-two is a number, forty is a number, forty-two is a number, forty-two hundred is a number, two is a number, and two hundred is a number, but three hundred forty-two hundred is not a number.

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