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Q: What number squared gives 121?

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That all depends on what you do to the number.

Yes. 121 = 112

It is: 11 times 11 = 121

11*11=121 11(squared)=121 squaring a # means basically multiplying that number by itself

Yes.

no - 128 is not a square - 121 and 144 are squares but there are no squares between 121 and 144

It is: 11 times 11 = 121

121 x 121

It is: 11*11 = 121

100+20+1

Since 10 squared is 100, and 11 squared is 121, the square root of any number between 100 and 121 will be between 10 and 11.

121*121=14,641

A number squared gives a squared number (this is what the result is called), which I think is what you are asking.

121. 11x11=121

The square root of 118 is not a whole number - the closest square number to 118 is 121 - which is 11 squared.

No, because 11 squared is 121 which is a rational number

121 ES is eleven squared

11x11=121 7x7=49121-49=72

Subtracting 20 percent from 121 gives 121 x (1 - (20/100)) = 121 x 0.8 = 96.8.

11th squared = 1/11 x 1/11 = 1/121 11 squared = 11² = 11 x 11 = 121

11 x 11 is 121.

612 - 602 = 121

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-9 or +9.

The least 2-digit prime number is 11. Thus, 11 squared is 121.