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Is the square of a rational number always greater than the number ?

NO
For rational numbers greater of 0 and less of 1 the square of a rational number is lesser of that rational number.
Exsample:
0.3² = ( 3 / 10 )² = 3² / 10² = 9 / 100 = 0.09
0.09 < 0.3
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