To find square of 26

You need to know square of its previous number

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## Step 1:

To know square of 26

First always add the question (26square?) with its previous no.

Therefore, 25+26=51

## Step 2: Do It

So the answer 51,

25+26=51,

We need 26, you take its previous number.

Know it's square.

Therefore, 25+26=51.

Now add it to the square of 26's previous number.

That is 25square+51=26square

That's it!

Hope you like it

## 8 Discussions

4 years ago on Introduction

That's because

(n + 1)^2 = n^2 + 2n + 1 = n^2 + n + n +1 = n^2 + [n + (n + 1)]

Reply 4 years ago

yes! U r right!

4 years ago

Brilliant and easy to understand, you have the makings of a math tutor. Thank you.

Reply 4 years ago

Thanks!

4 years ago

very cool, but I wanted to tell you that you mis-titled this. This would be a method of finding squares, not square roots. squares are as you show 26^2 (26*26)but square roots would be ___

\/26

if that doesn't show up right, then square roots are what number squared equals this number, not what is this number squared.

Reply 4 years ago

ok,

Thanks!

4 years ago

Very cool

Reply 4 years ago

Thanks!