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Mathematics / Squares and Square Roots

Mathematics / Squares and Square Roots

The square of a number is that number raised to a power of 2. In other words when we multiply a number by itself we get the square of the number. Example 2 * 2 = 4
The square root of a number x is the the value which when multiplied by itself gives the number x. In the above example 2 is the square root of 4.
Learn about squares and square roots and different ways to calculate them.

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    • Introduction to Squares and Square Roots
    • To find the square of a number
    • To identify whether a number is perfect square or not
    • Properties of perfect squares
    • Pythagorean triplets
    • Square root of rational numbers in decimal form
    • Review of Squares & Square Roots
    • Squares and square roots
    • Square Root of a Perfect Square by Prime Factorization
    • Finding Square Roots by the Method of Long Division
  • Square and Square Roots -- Summary

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