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Monday, 29 April 2019

MATHS SOLVED IN STEPS: Square and cube

MATHS SOLVED IN STEPS: Square and cube 
Square
* Square The resultant of multiplying a number by itself is called its square 𝓧x𝓧=𝓧² 
* To represent the square of a number, write 2 in the index of that number, square of 𝓧 is 𝓧²
* If the unit place of a number occupies digits 2,3,7,8 that number will not be a perfect square 
Cube
* Cube If a number is multiplied two times with itself then the resultant is the cube of the given number cube of 𝓧→𝓧x𝓧x𝓧=x³
The cube root of a number is the number which is multiplied by itself thrice to get the given number and it is denoted by ³√𝓧 
Model Questions

* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> Ratio and Proportion
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> Progressions
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> Percentage
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> Surds and Indices
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> Calendar
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> Simplification
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> Problems on Average
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> HCF & LCM 
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> Profit and Loss
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> Problems on Trains 
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> Problems on Age 
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> Pipe and Cisterns
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> ODD MAN
* MATHS (SOLVED IN STEPS ==> TIME & WORK

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