# What do you mean by superscript and subscript?

## What do you mean by superscript and subscript?

A **superscript** or **subscript** is a number, figure, symbol, or indicator that is smaller than the normal line of type and is set slightly above it (**superscript**) or below it (**subscript**). ... If **you**'re creating a footnote, **you** might also want to **do** this with a number.

## What is superscript used for?

**Superscripts** are characters set above the normal line of type (e.g. 2ⁿᵈ) and **subscript** are characters set below (e.g. Cᵥₑₓ). There are many reasons to **use** them in charts: Some organization's style guides demands that you **use** them for e.g. chemical and physical formulas or footnotes, or maybe you just find them pretty.

## How do you write superscript on mobile?

Some **superscript** such as powers are supported, at least by the Google Keyboard. Simply switch to numerical mode and long press the number buttons. **For example**, the square of x can be written as x².

## How do you type to the power of 2 on a phone keyboard?

**Android Phone**

- Open the
**keyboard**for your**phone**, and open the numeric**keypad**to see all the numbers on your**phone's**screen. You definitely won't be using squared symbols for a name. ... - Long press the number
**2**as showing on your**keyboard**. ... - This is how the square symbol will look like.

## How do you type 2 squared on iPhone?

**Text Shortcuts on iOS**

- Open Settings.
- Tap General > Keyboard > Text Replacement.
- Tap "+" in the top right corner.
- In the Phrase row,
**type**or paste a symbol, such as "²". - In the Shortcut row,
**type**or paste a shortcut, such as "^**2**". - Tap "Save" in the top right corner.

## What is the square of 9?

81

## What is the perfect square of 9?

A perfect square is a number which is generated by multiplying two equal integers by each other. For **example**, number 9 is a perfect square because it can be expressed as a product two equal integers being: 9 = 3 x 3.

## Why is 9 a square number?

The name **square number** comes from the name of the shape. ... Another way of saying that a (non-negative) integer is a **square number** is that its **square root** is again an integer. For example, √**9** = 3, so **9** is a **square number**. A positive integer that has no perfect **square** divisors except 1 is called **square**-free.

## Is 9 a cube number?

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, **9**, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, ... 1, 8, 27, 64, 125, 216, 343, 512, ...

## IS 216 a perfect cube?

Step 2: Clearly, **216** is a **perfect cube**.

## How do you find the perfect cube?

**How to find** if the given number is a **perfect cube**? If the prime factors of a number are grouped in triples of equal factors, then that number is called a **perfect cube**.

## What does the little 4 mean in maths?

Using exponents is a short way of saying “multiply the number by itself.” The **little** number up above tells you how many times to multiply the number by itself. So 10 2 **means** 10 x 10, or 100. ... If your square was only **4** inches on a side, you'd find the area by calculating **4** 2, or **4** x **4**= 16 square inches.

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