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" Explain to the pupil that the square of any number is the product obtained by multiplying that number by itself. Thus 9 is the square of 3, because 3 multiplied by 3 gives the product 9. "
The Mount Vernon Arithmetic ... - Page 129
by Jacob Abbott, Charles Edward Abbott - 1846
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Elements of Natural Philosophy: Embracing the General Principles of ...

Leonard Dunnell Gale - Physics - 1838 - 276 pages
...the distance of 2 feet the attraction will be 4 pounds, or the square* of 2, which is the distance. ' The square of any number is the product obtained by multiplying that number into itself. Thus : 2 multiplied into itself, or by itself, is 4 ; 4 multiplied by 4 is 16 : hence,...
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The Mount Vernon arithmetic, Part 1

Jacob Abbott - 1853
...principal object of attention on the part of the pupil is the arranging and writing the work upon the slate in a correct and workmanlike manner. 1. Multiply the...3 gives the product 9. 3. What is the square of 22 1 4. Calculate the square of 256. 5. What is the sum of the squares of 9 and 18 ? 6. How much greater...
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The Arithmetic Help, for Pupils, Teachers, Business Men

Alvord D. Robinson - Arithmetic - 1902 - 515 pages
...II. (404) SQUARES AND SQUARE ROOTS. The square of a number is the product found from multiplying a number by itself. Thus, 9 is the square of 3, because 3 multiplied by itself gives the product 9. The exponent 2 (2) is used to show that the square of the number preceding...
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Science Readers, Book 7

Vincent Thomas Murché - 1906
...these laws have already been dealt with. Let us see what we can make of the third. Of course you know that the square of any number is the product obtained by multiplying that number by itself. Thus 4 = 2x2; 9 = 3x3; 100 = 10 x 10, and therefore 4, 9, and 100 are respectively the squares of 2, 3,...
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Arithmetic

Joseph Archibald Ewart, Wilbur Stanwood Field, Adelbert Harland Morrison - Civil service - 1912
...gross pen knives 25 doz. razors S70.00 48.50 $ IV) 1,212 00 50 S1.352 50 SQUARE ROOT The square of a number is the product obtained by multiplying that number by itself. Thus 16 is the square of 4. The square root of a number is that number which, multiplied by itself will...
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Shop calculations ; Reading working drawings ; Measuring instruments ...

International Correspondence Schools - Measuring instruments - 1914
...OF NUMBERS 29. In certain shop calculations it is necessary to find the power of a number. The power of any number is the product obtained by multiplying that number by itself one or more times. In the calculations that follow, the only powers required are the second and third...
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