Q: The number of square units covered by a figure is called what?

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radical

figure out what the square number might be

It is its surface area.

If the square root is an integer, it's a square number.

That is called the area.

Then the number is called a "perfect square".Then the number is called a "perfect square".Then the number is called a "perfect square".Then the number is called a "perfect square".

It is called the area.

Yes. Square rooting is when you figure out which number multiplies by itslef to create the number you need. In this case that number is 9. 3x3=9. so 9 is what would be called a perfect square

When a number is multiplied by itself it is called the square of the number. It is called a square number as the number of dots or points represented by the number can be arranged in a square.

multiply it by itself

quadrilateral

TilesAny shape can be covered with a number of similarly shaped figures such as triangles, this process is called tesselation.

It is the area of the figure.

That doesn't really make sense. If you figure out the square root of the number, the whole point is to find a number which, when squared, gives you back the original number. Therefore, there is no such thing as a "square root that can't be squared".

Is its area.

figure it out

area

the answer is area

The size of that area is known as the "area" of the figure.

a square

A cube.

you can't FIGURE OUT THE SQUARE OF THE IRRATIONAL NUMBER

The result is called a perfect square, or a square number.

Its square!

Just divide the number of square feet by 9 to determine square yards.