Subbu's square formula

I am here to talk about square of consecutive natural numbers . formula=>(n+1)2n2=2n+1formula=>(n+1)^2-n^2=2n+1 suppose when we consider 82and928^2and9^2 then the difference between them is 2(8)+1=16+1=17 let us check this by normal method 82=64;92=818^2=64;9^2=81 the difference between them is 81-64=17 that's it i got the answer this is simple because square numbers always differ by odd numbers so 2n+1 is the general form of odd numbers and i compared and got the simple Subbu's square formula please like my note no one is liking my problems and note please if you like it nothing happens to you

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This is the general form of odd numbers.This was found before itself.This is not Subbu's square formula.

Vishal S - 4 years, 7 months ago

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liked it

SARAN .P.S - 3 years, 11 months ago

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This is a good note i am inspired by you

subramanyam ravichandran - 4 years, 7 months ago

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thank you my boy

sudoku subbu - 4 years, 7 months ago

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