Squaring an integer is the reverse of finding its square root. A number is multiplied by itself when it is squared. For instance, two squared equals four, and four is the square root of two.
Raising a number to the power of two and squaring are the same thing. Usually, a two is added in superscript after the number to indicate it. “Quadratic” is the word used to describe squaring. An integer square is sometimes known as a perfect square or a square number. The representation of integers is possible without the use of fractions. Examples of integers include 245, -15, and 0. As they are the matching squares of those integers, 60,025, 225, and 0, respectively, are perfect squares.
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