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why are square roots hard

 Oct 25, 2016
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It's really not that hard. Here, I'll show you an example.

 

 

\(\sqrt{100}\)

So you take the square root of 100 and see what two number can multiply to get 100. 

You can multiply 10 and 10 to get 100.

 

\(\sqrt{100}\)

      ^

 10  10

 

Then you see what two numbers you can multiply to get 10. 2 and 5

 

\(\sqrt{100}\)

     ^

10  10

  ^    ^

2 5  2 5

 

Then you write out the number that you got from least to greastest.

2,2,5,5

 

Then since you have two 2's and two 5's you combine them to make them one 2 and one 5

 

You then take both of the numbers outside of the square root.

\(2*5\sqrt{}\)

 

 

You then multiply then numbers and get your answer, which is 10.

 Oct 25, 2016

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