Squaring Numbers
 beginning with 1
 beginning with 5
 beginning with 9
 ending in 1
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 ending in 3
 ending in 4
 ending in 5
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 made up of 1's
 made up of 3's
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 made up of 9's
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 between 20002099
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 between 40004099
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 3's and final 1
 3's and final 2
 3's and final 4
 3's and final 5
 3's and final 6
 3's and final 7
 3's and final 8
 3's and final 9
 6's and final 1
 6's and final 2
 6's and final 3
 6's and final 4
 6's and final 5
 6's and final 7
 6's and final 8
 6's and final 9
 9's and final 1
 9's and final 2
 9's and final 3
 9's and final 4
 9's and final 5
 9's and final 6
 9's and final 7
 9's and final 8
 1 and repeating 3's
 1 and repeating 6's
 1 and repeating 9's
 2 and repeating 3's
 2 and repeating 6's
 2 and repeating 9's
 3 and repeating 6's
 3 and repeating 9's
 4 and repeating 3's
 4 and repeating 6's
 4 and repeating 9's
 5 and repeating 3's
 5 and repeating 6's
 5 and repeating 9's
 6 and repeating 3's
 6 and repeating 9's
 7 and repeating 3's
 7 and repeating 6's
 7 and repeating 9's
 8 and repeating 3's
 8 and repeating 9's
 9 and repeating 3's
 9 and repeating 6's
 6digits repeating
 2 rep./sq. of 1 digit
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Squaring numbers between 1000 and 1100
 Choose a number between 1000 and 1100.
 The first two digits are: 1,0 _ _, _ _ _
 Find the difference between your number and 1000.
 Multiply the difference by 2: 1,0 X X, _ _ _
 Square the difference: 1,0 _ _, X X X
Example:
 If the number to be squared is 1007:
 The first two digits are: 1,0 _ _, _ _ _
 Find the difference: 1007  1000 = 7
 Two times the difference: 2 × 7 = 14:
1,0 1 4, _ _ _
 Square the difference: 7 × 7 = 49:
1,0 1 4, 0 4 9
 So 1007 × 1007 = 1,014,049.
See the pattern?
 If the number to be squared is 1012:
 The first two digits are: 1,0 _ _, _ _ _
 Find the difference: 1012  1000 = 12
 Two times the difference: 2 × 12 = 24:
1,0 2 4, _ _ _
 Square the difference: 12 × 12 = 144:
1,0 2 4, 1 4 4
 So 1012 × 1012 = 1,024,144.
Start with lower numbers and then extend your expertise to all the numbers between
1000 and 1100. Remember to add the first digit as carry when the square of the difference
is four digits.
