Perfect Squares and Their Roots
How could a number also be a square? If you can arrange that number of items into a perfect square. Take the number 9 for example. You can take nine items and arrange them in a three by three square, so nine is a square number.
STEP 1: WATCH THE VIRTUAL CLASS VIDEO AND TAKE NOTES
Make sure to note the following:
The perfect squares from 0 to 100. It is not necessary that you memorize this list, but it is helpful for the non-calculator section.
The inverse, or opposite, of the second power.
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STEP 2: COMPLETE ONE LEVEL OF PRACTICE
Preparing for algebra? Practice the perfect squares from 0 - 100 and find their square roots.
Ready to see how this skill applies to algebra? A mix of perfect squares and their roots, round perfect squares and their roots, and estimation problems.
Already skilled at basic algebra? Practice these GED® style applications of squares and cubes: negatives, fractions, and decimals, undefined expressions, and geometry.