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Grade 3 - Mathematics
1.14 Square Roots

Method:

  1. Write the number as repeated factors.
  2. One of the factors is the square root.

Example:
Find the square root of 64.
We can write the number 64 as repeated factors of 8 x 8.
Therefore square root of 64 is 8
Answer: 8

Directions: Answer the following questions. Also write atleast 10 examples of perfect squares.
Q 1: The number 10 is called the square root of 100 because 10 multiplied by itself equals 100.
False
True

Q 2: Square root of 25 is
10
50
5

Q 3: Fill in the blank in the perfect square pattern: 1,4,9,16,25,36,___,64,81,100
49
50
40

Q 4: Square root of 9 is
9
81
3

Q 5: Square root of 4 is
2
8
16

Q 6: The perfect squares are the squares of the whole numbers.
false
true

Q 7: Square root of 16 is
4
5
32

Q 8: Square root of 36 is
6
36
64

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