Squared Numbers

The posts in the category squared numbers describe the result of multiplying a certain number two times. We explain these values also as exponentiation with the exponent 2. After that, we tell you the meaning of such a perfect square, succeeded by the inverse operation of squaring a particular number, known as square root. We then go to clarify the geometrical significance of our squared numbers, before we show you the formulas for expressing the square of your particular number as sum of odd integers. Next, we put the identities for your squared number into words. Each post also gives you the chance to ask a question about squaring a number in the comment field. Here, you can find the values in the range 0 – 1000. Compared to browsing through the entire square numbers category, filling in our search form, located in the sidebar or at the bottom of an article, is more efficient to locate a certain entry.

1000 Squared

1000 squared, 10002, is the number you get when multiplying 1000 times 1000. It can also be looked at as exponentiation involving the base 1000 and the exponent 2. The term is usually pronounced thousand times thousand or thousand squared. The square of 1000 is a perfect square because the

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992 Squared

992 squared, 9922, is the number you get when multiplying 992 times 992. It can also be looked at as exponentiation involving the base 992 and the exponent 2. The term is usually pronounced nine hundred and ninety-two times nine hundred and ninety-two or nine hundred and ninety-two squared. The

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993 Squared

993 squared, 9932, is the number you get when multiplying 993 times 993. It can also be looked at as exponentiation involving the base 993 and the exponent 2. The term is usually pronounced nine hundred and ninety-three times nine hundred and ninety-three or nine hundred and ninety-three squared. The

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994 Squared

994 squared, 9942, is the number you get when multiplying 994 times 994. It can also be looked at as exponentiation involving the base 994 and the exponent 2. The term is usually pronounced nine hundred and ninety-four times nine hundred and ninety-four or nine hundred and ninety-four squared. The

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995 Squared

995 squared, 9952, is the number you get when multiplying 995 times 995. It can also be looked at as exponentiation involving the base 995 and the exponent 2. The term is usually pronounced nine hundred and ninety-five times nine hundred and ninety-five or nine hundred and ninety-five squared. The

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980 Squared

980 squared, 9802, is the number you get when multiplying 980 times 980. It can also be looked at as exponentiation involving the base 980 and the exponent 2. The term is usually pronounced nine hundred and eighty times nine hundred and eighty or nine hundred and eighty squared. The

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996 Squared

996 squared, 9962, is the number you get when multiplying 996 times 996. It can also be looked at as exponentiation involving the base 996 and the exponent 2. The term is usually pronounced nine hundred and ninety-six times nine hundred and ninety-six or nine hundred and ninety-six squared. The

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981 Squared

981 squared, 9812, is the number you get when multiplying 981 times 981. It can also be looked at as exponentiation involving the base 981 and the exponent 2. The term is usually pronounced nine hundred and eighty-one times nine hundred and eighty-one or nine hundred and eighty-one squared. The

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997 Squared

997 squared, 9972, is the number you get when multiplying 997 times 997. It can also be looked at as exponentiation involving the base 997 and the exponent 2. The term is usually pronounced nine hundred and ninety-seven times nine hundred and ninety-seven or nine hundred and ninety-seven squared. The