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From: Loyd <loydlin@aol,com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2002121021:38:48
Subject: Re: math

On 2002121016:52:11, Tracy Michael wrote:
>	
>What are the perfect squares from 1 to 100?
>
If you use Microsoft Excell, you can find the square of numbers form 1
to 100 or just the squares that are less than 100.  I guess you ment
the latter.  Go to excel, in the upper left hand corner, type, 
1 in A1 and enter.

In cell B1, type =A1^2
Highlight cell A2 to A100 and fill down (see edit menu)
Highlight B1 through B100 and fill down.

Presto:
N      N^2
-----------
1	1
2	4
3	9
4	16
5	25
6	36
7	49
8	64
9	81
10	100
11	121
12	144
13	169
14	196
15	225
16	256
17	289
18	324
19	361
20	400
21	441
22	484
23	529
24	576
25	625
26	676
27	729
28	784
29	841
30	900
31	961
32	1024
33	1089
34	1156
35	1225
36	1296
37	1369
38	1444
39	1521
40	1600
41	1681
42	1764
43	1849
44	1936
45	2025
46	2116
47	2209
48	2304
49	2401
50	2500
51	2601
52	2704
53	2809
54	2916
55	3025
56	3136
57	3249
58	3364
59	3481
60	3600
61	3721
62	3844
63	3969
64	4096
65	4225
66	4356
67	4489
68	4624
69	4761
70	4900
71	5041
72	5184
73	5329
74	5476
75	5625
76	5776
77	5929
78	6084
79	6241
80	6400
81	6561
82	6724
83	6889
84	7056
85	7225
86	7396
87	7569
88	7744
89	7921
90	8100
91	8281
92	8464
93	8649
94	8836
95	9025
96	9216
97	9409
98	9604
99	9801
100	10000


This easy to do and worth learning how to do.  Spreadsheets can teach
a lot about math.





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