a square number is a number that you multiply the same number like:8.8 = 64 get it
say x=-2, the x^2=4, but the square root of 4 is 2 because we always take the positive value, known as the principal root. Using this square root of x^2=|x|. So if x is greater than or equal 0, than square root of x^2 is x, but if x is less than zero we must take its abolute value.
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the square root symbol. that would make it 1,/2 (i don't know how to make a square root symbol, sorry) but since the numbers are next to each other it is assumed that they are being multiplied and the square root of 2 is approximately 1.414 right in between 1 and 2 :)
It is greater because the square root of 65 is 8.06.
when the number is greater than 1
No there is not. If you are looking for prime factors of a number and you get to the square root of that number you can stop. Yes, there is. If an integer is not itself a prime, then one of its factors will be less or equal to its square root and the "co-factor" will be greater than or equal to the square root. But both cannot be greater than the square root so, when searching for factors, you can stop when you reach the square root.
Yes, if the number is less than 1
Yes, if the number is less than '1'.Just the opposite, if the number is greater than '1'.
It is greater than the negative square root of 8, but smaller than the positive square root of 8.
Yes. The square root of 64 is 8 and the square root of 81 is 9, so the square root of 69 has to be greater than 8 and and less than 9.