Table of squares

A square number is a number raised to the second degree. "Square" it is called because this operation is similar to calculating the area of a square. The table shows the values of the squares of natural numbers from 1 to 100.

The table of squares of natural numbers the number represented by the tens, as in the multiplication table. In the first box you will find the squares of the digits to inclusive. This is a table of squares up to. In the remaining columns represent the squares of two-digit numbers to .

Degree for any number of shows that this number is multiplied by itself. Any negative number in degree gives a positive result because two negatives multiplied is a plus. So the above table is also a table of squares of integers

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