Squaring a number is the opposite of finding its square root. When you square a number, you multiply it by itself. For instance, the square root of 4 is 2, and the square of 2 is 4.
Adding a number to the power of two is the same as squaring it. Most of the time, it is shown by putting a two above the number. “Quadratic” is the word used to describe the action of squaring. A square number or a perfect square is the square of a whole number. Integers are whole numbers that don’t need any fractions to show them. Some examples of integers are 245, -15, and 0. Since 60,025, 225, and 0 are the squares of 60,025, 225, and 0, they are all perfect squares.