Idiom: It's raining cats and dogs Meaning: It's raining very heavily We use this idiom to say that it is raining VERY heavily. It does not actually mean that cats and dogs are falling out the sky! Examples:
Example 1: 105 x 105
This works for all numbers up to 150 but is more useful if the number is close to 100. It also works for numbers smaller then 100 but in that case you simply have to subtract the difference to 100 from your number. Example 2: 96 x 96
The following video is giving you some more examples and also shows what happens for larger distances. 
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