The number in square Brackets (e.g ) signifies the number of trust points you have. For example, User  has 1000 trust points
It is a tilde.
its actually called "a break".
The name of the workbook will be enclosed in square brackets, indicating it is another workbook.
The tilde (~)
Quadrilateral, Parralellogram, and Rectangle. These are all correct names for squares. And yes, rectangle is a correct name for a square, just ask any math teacher.
The correct name is Robertson.
they're called chromosomes :)
They tend to be known only as parentheses (singular - "parenthesis") or brackets.
"Square mile" is the correct name. In the Dominion Land Survey of Canada each township is divided into thirty-six sections, each section is about one square mile.
A square if I'm correct