Squaring Numbers
 beginning with 1
 beginning with 5
 beginning with 9
 ending in 1
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 ending in 4
 ending in 5
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 ending in 7
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 ending in 9
 made up of 1's
 made up of 3's
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 between 20002099
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 between 40004099
 between 50005099
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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
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Squaring numbers between 3000 and 3099
 Choose a number between 3000 and 3099. (Start with numbers below 3025
to begin with, then graduate to larger numbers.)
 The first two digits are: 9 0 _ _ _ _ _
 The next two digits are 6 times the last two digits:
9 0 X X _ _ _
 For the last three digits, square the last two digits
in the number chosen (insert zeros when needed):
9 0 _ _ X X X
Example:
 If the number to be squared is 3004:
 The first two digits are: 9 0 _ _ _ _ _
 The next two digits are 6 times the last two:
6 × 4 = 24: _ _ 2 4 _ _ _
 For the last three digits, square the last two:
4 × 4 = 16: _ _ _ _ 0 1 6
 So 3004 × 3004 = 9,024,016.
See the pattern?
For larger numbers, reverse the order:
 If the number to be squared is 3025:
 For the last three digits, square the last two:
25 × 25 = 625: _ _ _ _ 6 2 5
 The middle two digits are 6 times the last two (keep the carry):
6 × 25 = 150 (keep carry of 1): _ _ 5 0 _ _ _
 The first two digits are 90 + the carry:
90 + 1 = 91: 9 1 _ _ _ _ _
 So 3025 × 3025 = 9,150,625.
