With this tool, you can estimate the square of the given number quickly and automatically. Just enter the input in the input field and tap on the enter button to see the result.

**Ex: ** 25 square (or) 46 square (or) 57 square

**Here are some samples of Square of a Number calculations.**

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**Square Calculator:**Are you struggling to find Square of a number? Not anymore, as you can make use of our Square Calculator to determine the Square of any positive number you want. From this article, you will find what is a square, and how to find the square of a given number easily along with a detailed explanation.

Square is defined as the number as the value which gives the number when it is multiplied by itself. The symbol used to denote the square is √. This radical symbol is also called sure or root symbol. If a number is a perfect square we can easily find the square of the number. However, if the given number isn't a perfect square you can find the square using a long division method. There is one more common notation of square that you can use in complex calculations.

Standard form to represent the square is given as √x

The alternative square formula states that the square root of a number is a number raised to the fraction of one half.

√x = x^{(1/2)}

Go through the below steps while finding the square of a number.

- Find the nearest square number above and below the number you are thinking of finding the square.
- The square will be between the squares of these numbers.
- The closeness of the number to a square indicates how close the root is.
- Try many times to get the square accurately.

To Simplify Square Roots use the handy squares property √x = x^(1/2). We can use these two forms of squares and switch between them whenever you want. You need to check the number after the root symbol and find its factors. It can have a perfect square among its factors. You need to have at least one factor to be a perfect square in order to simplify a square.

You may find the process of finding squares a bit complicated in the initial stage but with enough practice, you will find them easily.

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**1. What is meant by Perfect Square?**

Any number multiplied by itself creates a perfect square.

**2. How do you find the Square of Non-Perfect Square Numbers?**

You can find the square of non-perfect square numbers by using the long division method.

**3. What is the symbol to denote square?**

Symbol to denote square is ^{2}

**4. Where do I get Procedure on how to find the square in detail?**

You can find the Procedure on how to find square in detail on our page.

**5. Can a number have more than one square?**

Yes, a number can have more than one square. In fact, all positive numbers will have two squares one is positive and the other is negative.