# What is a square number?

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A square number is one of the most basic concepts of maths!

It is simply the product of a number multiplied by itself.

Therefore 25 is a square number as 5 x 5, and 49 is as 7 x 7 and so on.

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A square number is the end product of a multiplication involving 2 of the same number ie. 3x3=9

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