Q: The square root of 1369

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Let's call the number 'n'. Its factors will be 1, itself and an unknown number. It will need to be a perfect square, and after some trial and error, we will come to the conclusion that it is 1369. The factors are 1, 1369 and 37.

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The square root of 1369 = 37, -37 To prove this, 1369 = 37^2

It is the square root of 37*37 = 1369

37 x 37 = 1369 The square root is 37.

square root of ((22 -2)^2 + (27 +10)^2) = square root of (400 + 1369) which is equal to square root of (1769) = 42.05948169

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36*36 = 1296 and 37*37 = 1369 So sqrt(1300) lies between -37 and -36 or 36 and 37 So, the number before the square root of 1300 is either -37 or +36

37 square = 37 x 37 = 1369.

Let's call the number 'n'. Its factors will be 1, itself and an unknown number. It will need to be a perfect square, and after some trial and error, we will come to the conclusion that it is 1369. The factors are 1, 1369 and 37.

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