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## Square Root

 Square Root by Repeated Subtraction Method Square Root by Prime Factorization Method Square Root by Long Division Method

 Before you understand this topic, you are advice to read: What is Square Number / Perfect Square ? In simple way, we can say that: Finding Square root is the opposite of finding square numbersOr we can also say that: Square root is the inverse operation of squaring a numberExample : Square of 9 is equals to 81 and square root of 81 is 9 Square root is denoted by the symbol √ and some of its examples are : √  25   = 5√  81   = 9√  121   = 11 There are three methods of finding square root of a number: Find Square Root by Repeated Subtraction Method Find Square Root by Prime Factorization Method Find Square Root by Long Division Method

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