The square of a number is the product of the number for itself. Square comes from the fact that the square numbers can be arranged in rows and columns of equal value and thus form a square.

Consequently, being the sides of the square equal, the square number represents the area of ​​the square, while the sides are its square root.

A square number is the sum of two consecutive triangular numbers.

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