What Is A Square Number? Many students feel discouraged when thinking about mathematics or solving any problem quickly. Today, I will share a** special method** for 1 to 100 squares and cubes you wish you knew before, to motivate and find some fun and easy way that will help you **save time and get the correct answers**.

I will also provide squares and cubes of numbers 1 to 100 in form of a List, Chart, or table. I am going to show you a straightforward strategy that anyone can apply. This strategy will help each student to solve any example quickly and correctly. It is a quick and easy process that requires a few steps so keep reading to find out what they are.

No. | Square | No. | Square | No. | Square | No. | Square | No. | Square | No. | Square | No. | Square | No. | Square | No. | Square | No. | Square |

1 | 1 | 11 | 121 | 21 | 441 | 31 | 961 | 41 | 1681 | 51 | 2601 | 61 | 3721 | 71 | 5041 | 81 | 6561 | 91 | 8281 |

2 | 4 | 12 | 144 | 22 | 484 | 32 | 1024 | 42 | 1764 | 52 | 2704 | 62 | 3844 | 72 | 5184 | 82 | 6724 | 92 | 8464 |

3 | 9 | 13 | 169 | 23 | 529 | 33 | 1089 | 43 | 1849 | 53 | 2809 | 63 | 3969 | 73 | 5329 | 83 | 6889 | 93 | 8649 |

4 | 16 | 14 | 196 | 24 | 576 | 34 | 1156 | 44 | 1936 | 54 | 2916 | 64 | 4096 | 74 | 5476 | 84 | 7056 | 94 | 8836 |

5 | 25 | 15 | 225 | 25 | 625 | 35 | 1225 | 45 | 2025 | 55 | 3025 | 65 | 4225 | 75 | 5625 | 85 | 7225 | 95 | 9025 |

6 | 36 | 16 | 256 | 26 | 676 | 36 | 1296 | 46 | 2116 | 56 | 3136 | 66 | 4356 | 76 | 5776 | 86 | 7396 | 96 | 9216 |

7 | 49 | 17 | 289 | 27 | 729 | 37 | 1369 | 47 | 2209 | 57 | 3249 | 67 | 4489 | 77 | 5929 | 87 | 7569 | 97 | 9409 |

8 | 64 | 18 | 324 | 28 | 784 | 38 | 1444 | 48 | 2304 | 58 | 3364 | 68 | 4624 | 78 | 6084 | 88 | 7744 | 98 | 9604 |

9 | 81 | 19 | 381 | 29 | 841 | 39 | 1521 | 49 | 2401 | 59 | 3481 | 69 | 4761 | 79 | 6241 | 89 | 7921 | 99 | 9801 |

10 | 100 | 20 | 400 | 30 | 900 | 40 | 1600 | 50 | 2500 | 60 | 3600 | 70 | 4900 | 80 | 6400 | 90 | 8100 | 100 | 10000 |

## What is a square number? How to find 1 to 100 squares and cubes of any number

A number multiplied with itself is called square number. Finding the Square of a Number is a simple method. We need to **bear the given number by itself** to find its square number. The square term is always represented by a number raised to the power of 2. For example, the square of 13 is 13 multiplied by 13, i.e., 13×13 = 132 = 169. But as the number gets larger, multiplication becomes time-consuming. In this blog, I will show the simpler method to square a number. For example, Squaring the number 13

## 1.Square number: Square the last digit of the number

Last digit of the number = 3.

Square of 3 = 3 x 3 = 09

Writing the square of the number from right to left. So write down 9 and carry = 0

## 2. Double the multiplication of the first and last digit

Here we are trying to square the number 13

Digits of this number are 1 and 3

Twice the multiplication of digits becomes, 2 x 1 x 3 = 6

6 + carry from step 1 (i.e. 0) = 6 + 0 = 06

So the number becomes **69**

## 3. Square the first digit

First digit = 1

Square of number + carry = 1 + 0 0

So the final number becomes 169

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## How To Find Cube Of Any Number

## 1. Cube the last digit of a number

For example, let’s consider the number 12

The last digit of a number is 2

Cube of 2 = 2 x 2 x 2 = 8

Carryover = 0

## 2: Multiply the digits with each other and then multiply them by 3

Here digits are 1 and 2

therefore 1 x 2 = 2

Thrice the multiplication = 3 x 1 x 2 =6

### 2.1 Take the last digit and multiply it with the result obtained in the above step

Last digit = 2

Result = 6

Multiplication = 6 x 2 = 12

Carry over from step 1 = 0

therefore 12 + 0 = 12

Write down the last digit and the remaining will now be taken as carrying over.

So the number becomes **28 **with a carryover of 1

### 2.2 Now instead of the last digit take the remaining digit and repeat the same process from step 2.1

Remaining digit = 1

Multiplication = 6 x 1 = 6

Carryover from step 2.1 = 1

therefore 6 + 1 = 7

The number becomes **728** with a carryover of 0

## 3: Now take the cube of left most digit

Left most digit = 1

Cube of 1 = 1 x 1 x 1 =1

The final number becomes 1728

## Conclusion:

What Is A Square Number?: Number multiplied by itself is called a square number. If we go step by step and understand the process, it is easier to find the squares and cubes in less time than actual multiplication.

## Summarizing steps for squaring number

1. Cube last digit

2. 3 x (first digit) x (last digit) x (last digit)

3. 3 x (first digit) x (last digit) x (first digit)

4. Cube of the first digit

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