When a square number _____ in  6, the number whose square it is, will either have 4 or 6 in _______ place.

# When a square number _____ in  6, the number whose square it is, will either have 4 or 6 in _______ place.

1. A
ends, units
2. B
starts, units
3. C
ends, tens
4. D
starts, tens

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### Solution:

Concept- Let's take a few examples and see where the number is 4. Or 6 , In the 1s or 10s place,  the square  of that number is 6. Last or first. After confirmation, get the answer you need from the four options.
First, assume the numbers. The square number is 36, In it the square number ends with 6.and it's a 6 square , So it has 6  In units. That is, Let's look at another number of examples. Let  the square number be 576. Here is a square number of 6. and it's 24 squares, So, it has 4 instead of a unit. That is Therefore, the product ends with 6 and no. Have 6  and 4  instead of that unit.
Hence, the correct answer is option (1).

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