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In geometry class right now, we did a little homework on radicals. Radicals deal with square roots and the simplifying of them. When dealing with radicals, it is a very good idea to know all the square roots to at least 20. If you ever forget them, you can look back on here.

The square root of 1 = 1
The square root of 4 = 2
The square root of 9 = 3
The square root of 16 = 4
The square root of 25 = 5
The square root of 36 = 6
The square root of 49 = 7
The square root of 64 = 8
The square root of 81 = 9
The square root of 100 = 10
The square root of 121 = 11
The square root of 144 = 12
The square root of 169 = 13
The square root of 196 = 14
The square root of 225 = 15
The square root of 256 = 16
The square root of 289 = 17
The square root of 324 = 18
The square root of 361 = 19
The square root of 400 = 20

That is all the square roots to 20. Have a great week. Stay classy bloggers!
Article posted April 29, 2012 at 01:59 PM • comment • Reads 73 • Return to Blog List