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Q: What is two square roots of the number 169?

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There are two roots, both real: -13 and +13

169 = 13 X 13

+13 and -13

There is no number that has more than two square roots.By definition, the "square" bit implies two.Every number has exactly:TWO square roots,THREE cube roots,FOUR quadratic roots,etc.

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Because it has more than two factors and it is a square number because 13*13 = 169

A positive number has two square roots, its principal (positive) root and its negative root. This is because a negative number multiplied by a negative number equals a positive number. In this instance, the square roots of 256 are 16 and -16.

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The roots are 4 and 5. If you subtract the square number 16 (4X4) from the square number 25 (5X5), you would get 9.

The square root of 81 is 9. The square roots of 81 are 9 and -9.

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