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While studying Algebra in your Math classes, you will learn that a square number is the result of multiplying a number by itself. As an example 5^{2} means 5 x 5.
See how much you remember from your lessons by playing the following quiz.














You might say '3 to the power of 2' but it is more usual to say '3 squared'

Multiply 3 by itself (3) and you get 9


1 x 1 = 1

No matter how many times you multiply 0 x 0 it will still be 0!


Can you see why the number of tiles might be referred to as 7^{2}?



3 x 3 is 9; 4 x 4 is 16

6 x 6 is 36; 5 x 5 is 25


A square number (also called a perfect square) is a positive whole number that is formed by multiplying a whole number with itself. For example, 16 = 4 x 4; 1 = 1 x 1; 1,681 = 41 x 41, and so on

64 is 8 x 8; on one side it has 7 x 7 (49) and on the other side it has 9 x 9 (81)
