A list of perfect squares under 100 includes 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64 and 81. Perfect squares are infinite in number because they are found by multiplying a number by itself, meaning that the possibilities are endless... More »

A perfect square-root chart lists the integer roots of numbers that have no fractional component. Multiplying these square roots by themselves results in designated perfect squares. For example, the square root of nine i... More »

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A non-perfect square is an integer whose square root is not a whole number. For example, 25 is a perfect square because its square root is 5, which is a whole number; however, 10 is a non-perfect square because its squar... More »

The simplified radical form of the square root of 18 is written as 3 times the square root of 2. The simplified radical form of a square root can be found by factoring out the squares of whole numbers. More »

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The cube root of 250 is 6.29. The cube root of a number, x, is equal to the number, y, such that y times y times y equals x. For the number 250, 6.29 times 6.29 times 6.29 is equal to 250. More »

To find the square root of 101, the square root of the number needs to be divided into several different numbers; three should be placed on top of the square root symbol nine should be put underneath the 10 part of the n... More »

The cube root of 81 is 2.51. The cube root of the variable y is equal to the variable x such that when x is twice multiplied by itself the product is y, as in the equation x times x times x equals y. More »

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