# Square (algebra)

In algebra, the square of a number is that number multiplied by itself. It's basically an exponentiation where the exponent equals to two.

Example: n squared equals n^{2} = n × n.

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In algebra, the square of a number is that number multiplied by itself. It's basically an exponentiation where the exponent equals to two.

Example: n squared equals n^{2} = n × n.

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