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what is 35 squared
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User: what is 35 squared

Weegy: 4.3988634895845540435067473140924
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User: what is 65 squared

Weegy: sqrt(65) =8.06225774829855 sqrt(65)= sqrt(5) * sqrt(13) thats it
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User: 65 to the power of 2

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35 squared equals 1225
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65 squared equals 4225
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65 times 65 = 4225
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Weegy: Binary numbers use only one (1) and zero (0). 10 in binary is 2 in decimal. 11 in binary is 3 in decimal. 110 in binary is 6 in decimal. (Decimal numbers are normal numbers.) [http:// /question/?qid=1006041303945] User: what is hexidecimal Weegy: Hexidecimal Code: A Hexidecimal Code is a six digit number that represents colors. [www.gaiaonline.com/forum/profile-discussion/the-official-css-code-list/t.10945564/] User: what is an interger Weegy: The integers are natural numbers (1,2,3,...), their additive inverses, (-1,-2,-3,) and their additive identity 0. The integers are a commutative ring under addition and multiplication which means that: They form a group under addition. [ The sum of two integers is also an integer. There is an additive identity, 0 such that a + 0 = a = 0 + a for every integer a. Every integer a, has an additive inverse, -a such that a + (-a) = 0. The product of two integers is also an integer. There is a multiplicative identity, 1 such that a x 1 = a = 1 x a. Integers, except for 1, do not have a multiplicative inverse. http:// /question/?qid=20060905160534AAYymCt ] User: can you divde by a negitive number (More)
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In mathematics and computing, hexadecimal (also base 16, or hex) is a positional numeral system with a radix, or base, of 16.
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