Worksheet on Square Root of Numbers in Decimal and Fractions

In worksheet on square root of numbers in decimal and fractions, there are two sets of questions. One set of questions are from square root of numbers in decimal form and the other is from square root of numbers in fraction.

A. Square root of numbers in decimal form

Evaluate the square root of the following numbers in decimal form:

1. √1.69

2. √33.64

3. √156.25

4. √75.69

5. √9.8596

6. √10.0486

7. √1.0816

8. √0.2916

9. Evaluate √3 up to two places of decimal. 

10. Evaluate √2.8 correct up to two places of decimal. 

11. Evaluate √0.9 correct up to two places of decimal. 

B. Square root of numbers in fraction form

Evaluate the square root of the following numbers in fraction form:

1. \(\sqrt{\frac{16}{81}}\)

2. \(\sqrt{\frac{64}{225}}\)

3. \(\sqrt{\frac{121}{256}}\)

4. \(\sqrt{\frac{625}{729}}\)

5. \(\sqrt{3\frac{13}{36}}\)

6. \(\sqrt{4\frac{73}{324}}\)

7. \(\sqrt{3\frac{33}{289}}\)

8. \(\frac{\sqrt{80}}{\sqrt{405}}\)

9. \(\frac{\sqrt{1183}}{\sqrt{2023}}\)

10. √98 × √162


Here are the answers of the above questions given in the worksheet on square root of numbers in decimal and fractions.

A. Answers of square root of numbers in decimal form

1. 1.3

2. 5.8

3. 12.5

4. 8.7

5. 3.14

6. 3.17

7. 1.04

8. 0.54

9. 1.73

10. 1.67

11. 0.95


B. Answers of  Square root of numbers in fraction form

1. ⁴/₉

2. ⁸/₁₅

3. ¹¹/₁₆

4. ²⁵/₂₇

5. 1⁵/₆

6. 2¹/₁₈

7. 1¹³/₁₇

8. ⁴/₉

9. ¹³/₁₇

10. 126


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