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Number Theory/Square numbers


Fletch wrote at 2012-12-05 00:32:12
If one wanted to find squared numbers up to 12 digits one could simply form a pattern for squares.  It is quite simple, one only needs to look at the number one is trying to square and set up a chart for the number.  The patterns that begin to emerge are extraordinary and make doing advanced multiplication quite simple.  I formed an interest in said patterns and began working on solving the patterns. I am now able to do 2 and 3 digit squares quite easily in my mind.  It is possible to achieve what you seek by using this method.  I would explain further but the beauty of the patterns are that you yourself are finding them and connecting them in your own unique way.

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