Squaring Numbers
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 3 and repeating 9's
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 7 and repeating 9's
 8 and repeating 3's
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Squaring special numbers (9's and final 6)
 Choose a number with repeating 9's and a final 6.
 The square is made up of:
 same number of 9's as there are repeating 9's
 a 2
 one fewer 0 than repeating 9's
 a final 16
Example:
 If the number to be squared is 9996:
 The square has:
same number of 9's
as repeating 9's: 9 9 9
a 2 2
one fewer 0 than there
are 9's in the square 0 0
a final 16
1 6
 So 9996 × 9996 = 99920016.
See the pattern?
 If the number to be squared is 999996:
 The square has:
same number of 9's
as repeating 9's: 9 9 9 9 9
a 2 2
one fewer 0 than there
are 9's in the square 0 0 0 0
a final 16 1 6
 So 999996 × 999996 = 999992000016.
