A table of square roots showing all the natural numbers from 1 to 100 has been given, each approximating to 3 places of decimal. Using this table of square roots we can find the square roots of numbers, less than 100.
Use of square root tables to determine the approximate value of square roots, finding approximate values of square roots by method of long division is very difficult and lengthy. For this reason, tables have been prepared which list these approximate values of square roots for different numbers.
Let us learn to use these square root tables. Since we will be getting approximately values only, we use the symbol ~ to indicate the same. Values of square roots from number 1 to 99 are given below up to 3 places of decimal.
● Square Root
Square Root of a Perfect Square by using the Prime Factorization Method
Square Root of a Perfect Square by Using the Long Division Method
Square Root of Numbers in the Decimal Form
Square Root of Number in the Fraction Form
Square Root of Numbers that are Not Perfect Squares
Practice Test on Square and Square Roots
● Square Root- Worksheets
Worksheet on Square Root using Prime Factorization Method
Worksheet on Square Root using Long Division Method
Worksheet on Square Root of Numbers in Decimal and Fraction Form
8th Grade Math Practice
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