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A prime number N is the range of 10 to 50 remains unchanged when its digits are reversed. What is the square of this number?

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Answered by nivash980
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Answer:

121

Step-by-step explanation:

The prime numbers between 10 and 50 are 11,13,17,19,23,29,31,37,41,43, and 47 The number 11 remains unchanged when its digits are reversed So wquare of 11=11×11=121

Answered by dhaval211004
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Step-by-step explanation:

As the number do not change after interchanging the digits therefore we can say that both the digits are same

As the number do not change after interchanging the digits therefore we can say that both the digits are samenumbers having both digits same in range of 10 to 50

As the number do not change after interchanging the digits therefore we can say that both the digits are samenumbers having both digits same in range of 10 to 50are 11,22,33,44

As the number do not change after interchanging the digits therefore we can say that both the digits are samenumbers having both digits same in range of 10 to 50are 11,22,33,44out of which 11 is prime

As the number do not change after interchanging the digits therefore we can say that both the digits are samenumbers having both digits same in range of 10 to 50are 11,22,33,44out of which 11 is primeand square of it is 121

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