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- 1. Square number & Square Roots By shriman bhatt IX - A
- 2. Square Numbers One property of a perfect square is that it can be represented by a square 4cm array. Each small square in the array4cm 16 cm2 shown has a side length of 1cm. The large square has a side length of 4 cm.
- 3. Square Numbers The large square has an area of 4cm x 4cm = 16 cm2. 4cm The number 4 is called the4cm 16 cm2 square root of 16. We write: 4= 16
- 4. Square Numbers
- 5. Square Root A number which, when multiplied by itself, results in another number. Ex: 5 is the square root of 25.5 = 25
- 6. Square root of some numbers 1 x 1=1² = 1 9 x 9=9² = 81 2 x 2=2² = 4 10 x 10=10² = 100 3 x 3=3²= 9 11 x 11=11² = 121 4 x 4=4² = 16 12 x 12=12² = 144 5 x 5=5² = 25 13 x 13=13² = 169 6 x 6=6² = 36 14 x 14=14² = 196 7 x 7=7² = 49 15 x 15=15² = 225 8 x 8=8² = 64
- 7. Activity:Identify the following numbers as perfect squares or not. 16 =4²= 4 x 4 15 146 300 324 =18²= 18 x 18 729 =19²= 27 x 27
- 8. Finding Square Roots We can use the following strategy to find a square root of a large number. 4x9 = 4 x 9 36 = 2 x 3 6 = 6
- 9. Finding Square Roots4x9 = 4 936 = 2 x 36 = 6 We can factor large perfect squares into smaller perfect squares to simplify.
- 10. Finding Square Roots Activity: Find the square root of 256 256 = 4 x 64 =2 x 8 = 16
- 11. Squares & Square RootsEstimating Square Root
- 12. Estimating Square Roots25 = ?
- 13. Estimating Square Roots25 = 5
- 14. Estimating Square Roots49 = ?
- 15. Estimating Square Roots49 = 7
- 16. Estimating Square Roots27 = ?
- 17. Estimating Square Roots 27 = ?Since 27 is not a perfect square, wehave to use another method tocalculate it’s square root.
- 18. Estimating Square Roots Not all numbers are perfect squares.Not every number has an Integer for a square root.We have to estimate square roots for numbers between perfect squares.
- 19. Estimating Square Roots To calculate the square root of a non-perfect square 1. Place the values of the adjacent perfect squares on a number line.2. Interpolate between the points to estimate to the nearest tenth.
- 20. Estimating Square Roots Example: 27What are the perfect squares oneach side of 27? 25 30 35 36
- 21. Estimating Square Roots Example: 27 half5 625 30 35 36 27 Estimate 27 = 5.2
- 22. Estimating Square Roots Example: 27 Estimate: 27 = 5.2 Check: (5.2) (5.2) = 27.04
- 23. THE END

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