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posted by Anonymous

What is the square of 12?

1. Ms. Sue

The square of a number is the number multiplied by itself.

12 * 12 = 144

2. Anonymous

But 12 has hno suare root

3. Ms. Sue

12 does have a square root: √12 = 3.461016

But that has nothing to do with the square of 12.

Study this site.

http://www.mathsisfun.com/definitions/square-number.html

4. Anonymous

Thanks

5. Ms. Sue

You're welcome.

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