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Square of a Number have All The Digits Same

Last Minute tips for bank exams

Hi friends, Here we are giving a shortcut tip to find square of a number having all digits are 1s or 3s or 9s. There is another way to find a square of a number having same digits. But this tip is take less time than other tips. Here we are explaining both shortcut tips: Square of a Number have ...

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Square of Any Number Near to 100

Last Minute tips for bank exams

Hi friends, in this topics we can solve square of any number near to 100 means 90 to 110. If we solve square of any number between 90 and 110 may take more than 30 seconds time. Actually this is not a problem. But every second is important in competitive exams. If we solve this problem in less than 5 ...

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Squaring Numbers between 50 and 60 in 3 Seconds

Last Minute tips for bank exams

Hi friends, we are discussed square of a number between 40 and 50. Now here we can solve square of a number from 50 to 60 easily. The procedure is remaining same but little change. Follow the below procedure and watch the video for detailed information. The quick way to solve problems is most important in comparative examinations. Here we ...

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Squaring Numbers between 40 and 50 in 3 Seconds

Last Minute tips for bank exams

Here we will learn how to squaring a number between 40 and 50 in 3 to 5 Seconds. Here we are giving step by step process to find out square of a number between forty and fifty. We can easily tell square of 40 or 50 but how to tell all other numbers within 3 seconds. Just follow the below ...

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How to Calculate Square any 2 Digit Number in 3 Seconds

Last Minute tips for bank exams

Time management is most important in any competitive exam. So, we need to calculate mathematical problems in less time. Here we are providing some tips to calculate typical problems in simple method to take less time. By using tip we can find any two digit number square in 3 to 5 seconds time duration. Here we explained with an example ...

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