Q: What is a common mistake made with square roots?

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yes. a square has roots that are identical. ie. 9 is made of 3 and 3, 100 is made of 10 and 10.

Unless I've made a mistake, it's 3600 which is 60 * 60.

Tired fingers can make mistakes, and things can be sent to the wrong people.

A square is made up of two of the same factors. These factors can be positive or negative. Each one is therefore a root of the square. Example: 2*2 =4 and -2*-2 = 4 Both 2 and -2 are square roots of 4. I hope this helps!

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