Q: Who invented squares and square roots?

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The square root of every perfect square is an integer. However, there are also square roots of numbers that are not perfect squares.

The square roots of perfect squares are the numbers that when squared create perfect squares as for example 36 is a perfect square and its square root is 6 which when squared is 36

No. The square roots of perfect squares are rational.

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They are not.

With square roots if you have a number times itself or squared then that that product is that numbers square root example: 9x9= 81 81 square root is 9

Perfect square roots are the counting numbers {1, 2, 3, ...} The squares of the perfect square roots are the perfect squares, namely 1² = 1, 2² = 4, 3² = 9, etc.

You cannot conclude anything.2.25 is not a perfect square but its square roots are +/- 1.5 so it is perfectly possible for a number which is not a perfect square to have a rational square roots.

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6 is the square root of 36

All numbers are important.

They are the perfect squares.

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Large perfect squares.

They are perfect squares.

They are called perfect squares.

Of course not. 3 squared is 9, the square root of 9 is 3.

Very rarely. Square roots are only whole numbers for perfect squares.

They are inverse relations. That is,if A and B are any numbers andif A is the square of Bthen B and -B are the square roots of A.

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It so happens that squares and square roots (as well as other powers and roots) frequently occur in different scientific problems - physics, for example. An engineer must know such things. (Engineerings is basically "applied science".) If you are not planning to work in an engineering field, you'll probably not use much square roots, or other advanced math.

169 and 196 are perfect squares. Their square roots are 13 and 14 respectively. The perfect squares from 1^2 to 16^2 are: 1,4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100, 144, 169, 196, 225, 256. It is useful to memorize the perfect squares, as it makes estimating square roots easier. In case you wanted to find the square root of 169,196, the answer is roughly 411.334414... The square roots of integers which are not perfect squares are irrational, so they can not be expressed exactly as a sequence of digits.

Leonard Euler invented the square root sign he was the 18th century Swiss mathmatician

Integral square roots are multiplied by themselves.

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