How would you go about calculating a number's square entirely in sexagesimal notation (i.e. base 60). For example, how would you calculate the square of 37 + 4/60 + 55/60^2? If you can please show me how to calculate a number's square entirely in sexagesimal notation without using decimals it would be appreciated! Thanks in advance for answers...(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Help in calculating the square of a number in sexagesimal notation?

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