# Introduction of Square Roots Enter your number: The square root is : The square of a number is :

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Introduction of square roots : The square root of a number a is that number which when multiplied by itself gives a as the product.
Thus, if b is the square root of a number a, then
b x b = a or b2 = a.
The square root symbol is √a
It follows from this that
b = √a ⇔ b2 = a.
i. e. b is the square root of a if and only if a is the square of b.

Example: 1) Square root of 16 is 4
(√16 = 4)
2) Square root of 3 is not a whole number.
(√3=1.73)
3)Square root of 9 is 3
(√9 = 3)
Example on finding the square roots :
(i) √ 4 = 2, because 22 = 4.
(ii) √9 = 3, because 32 = 9.
(iii) √324 = 18, because 182 = 324.
(iv) √1225 = 35, because 352 = 1225.
(v) √10,000 = 100, because 1002 = 10,000.
(vi) √a2 = a, because a2 = a x a.
Remark: Since 4 = 22 = (-2)2, therefore 2 and -2 can both be the square roots of 4.
However we agree that the square of a number will be taken to positive square root only . Thus, √4 = 2.

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Practice

1)√13x13 = -----
2) √c x c = -----
3) √19 x19 = -----
4) √(d x d x a x a) = -----
5) √10 x10 = -----
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