Here is a super cool square trick your school didn’t teach you or you probably didn’t know about!! How to do the square of 2-digit no. in your mind so you should never use a calculator for that.

#### Squaring of a 2-digit no. in your mind!!

As you probably know, the square of a number is a number
multiplied by itself. For example, the square of 7 is 7 * 7 = 49. So here’s the trick for so-called “How to do the square of 2-digit no. in your mind“.That method is especially simple when the number ends in 5, so let’s do that trick now. To square a two-digit number that ends in 5, you need to
remember only two things:

1. The answer begins by multiplying the first digit by the next higher
digit.
2. The answer ends in 25

For example, to square the number 65, we simply multiply the first digit (6) by the next-higher digit (7), then attach 25. Since 6*7=42, the answer is 4225. Therefore, 65 * 65 = 4225. How about the square of 85? Since 8 * 9 = 72, we immediately get 85 * 85 = 7225.

Cool and easy……..isn’t it!!!

We can use a similar trick when multiplying two-digit numbers with the same first digit, and second digits that sum to 10. The answer begins the same way that it did before (the first digit multiplied by the next higher digit), followed by the product of the second digits. For example, let’s try 83 * 87. (Both numbers begin with 8, and the last digits sum to 3 + 7 = 10.) Since 8 * 9 = 72, and 3 * 7 = 21, the answer is 7221.

Similarly, 84 * 86 = 7224.