Q: How many answers are likely to get when looking for the square root of a number?

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The number you're looking for is... 169

You can tell whether a number is a square number by looking at the last digit. A perfect square number ends with either 1, 4, 5, 6, 9 or 00.

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10000 is the square of 100 so you're looking for the square of 99 which is 9801.

According to my calculator: 63.61462096 it might help if you give the original equation (unless you are looking for huge decimal answers)

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The number you're looking for is... 169

There are two possible answers because if you square a negative number, you will get a positive answer.

Odd. I determined my answer by looking at the number of factors of a square number.

You can tell whether a number is a square number by looking at the last digit. A perfect square number ends with either 1, 4, 5, 6, 9 or 00.

Type your answer here... hello i just was looking at answers

The answers is not a whole number or a real number, but approx. 7.071 multiplied by i, the imaginary representative for the square root of negative 1.

There are two because the square root of 16 for example is 4 or -4

10000 is the square of 100 so you're looking for the square of 99 which is 9801.

The most likely answer is "Perfect square".

An irrational number can not be expressed as a fraction as for example the square root of 2

a perfect square

According to my calculator: 63.61462096 it might help if you give the original equation (unless you are looking for huge decimal answers)