Q: How would you estimate the square root of 3000?

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The estimate of the square root of 229 = ± 15 (actual square root is ± 15.132746).

The square root of 9 000 000 is 3000

Square root 64 and square root 81

The square root of 36 and the square root of 49.

The same way that you would for a rational number that is not a perfect square.

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Expressed as a surd, the square root of 3000 is equal to 10 sqrt(30). Expressed as a decimal fraction rounded to two decimal places, the square root of 3000 is equal to ±54.77.

The estimate of the square root of 229 = ± 15 (actual square root is ± 15.132746).

You do not need to estimate it. It is exactly +13 or -13.

54.77 i think...

The square root of 9 000 000 is 3000

Square root 64 and square root 81

The square root of 36 and the square root of 49.

The same way that you would for a rational number that is not a perfect square.

Square root of 64 and square root of 81, perhaps.

10*10 = 100 so I would not need to estimate it! The answer is -10 or +10

The square root of eight is in between the square root of 7 and the square root of 9, which equals 3.

the answer: 11