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What is evaluate six squared?

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find out what 6 squared equals. which is 6 x 6 and that equals 36

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Six 'squared' means six times itself (6 x 6), which equals 36.


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It means six squared, or 6 times 6. 6 is used as a factor twice. The value is 36.



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