At the accompanying page we have seen how class `Point` can be extended with the *instance method* `DistanceTo`. This is an *extension method*.

If you study the method `DistanceTo` you will see that we use the squareroot function `Math.Sqrt`, defined statically in class `Math`. And we could/should have used a similar `Square` function had it been available.

It is remarkable that C# 3.0 allows us to extend the structs behind the primitive types, such as `Double` and `Int32`.

Write a static class that extends struct `Double` with the two extension methods `Sqrt` and `Square`. Afterwards, rewrite the method `DistanceTo` such that it makes use of the new *instance methods* in struct `Double`.