What Is 3 Squared
What is the difference between 3 square and (3) square?
3 square = 9
(3) square = 9
What I do know is that if the number is in the square of (3) you multiply it by another number, I think ...
3 x3 = 81?
Sorry, I have a problem, but I think when you multiply, two negatives become positive.
3 square (3) is different from square because 3 is negative like 1x3x3 = (9) and (3) square (3) x (3) = (9)
Vincent's answer is correct, but not explained, because his first equation is closer to 1 (3 2) where the old new (3) is 9 instead of 2. , except for. If this mark is not in parentheses, do it after the outline