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Numbers exist all around you. They can be used to show age and also to show amounts of money. Different numbers have a relationship with each other. Some numbers have a relationship called perfect squares. A perfect square is a number that is created by multiplying a whole number by itself. A whole number is a number that does not include a number after a decimal point. A perfect square can be represented visually by using dots. The dots evenly spread out will form a perfect square where all sides are equal. For example, if you have a perfect square number of 4, arranging those 4 dots evenly will form a perfect square. Knowing how to calculate perfect squares can be useful in factoring in Algebra.
Algebra is a problem solving type of math where knowing your perfect squares and quickly being able to calculate them will come in use. When creating algebraic equations, knowing how to calculate perfect squares is a must. Studying these flashcard will help you recognize the patterns in found in perfect squares. It will also help you quickly recall the perfect square of numbers 1 to 30.
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Remembering the perfect square of numbers can be helpful in many math courses, such as Algebra and Calculus and even in your own life. You can study your perfect squares by using these flashcards. Look at the front of the card, then recall what number multiplied by itself will equal that number. You can continue this activity until you are able to know your perfect squares.
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