Some people love numbers, some hate it. Whether we like it or not, numbers will always be an important aspect in our day-to-day lives. Whether we are counting our money after doing the groceries or measuring our height, numbers will always be involved in most tasks that we do every day. Personally, I love numbers, and math was one of my most favorite subjects back then.
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Some tasks may not be as complex in the real world as the mathematical computations that were taught to us in school, but it’s always useful to learn new things in preparation for unforeseen events. It’s always better to be prepared beforehand. And that is the reason why we were exposed to various mathematical formulas and values during our time in school—to be familiar with all of them because we’ll never know when we will ever need to use them.
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Perfect Square Root Chart
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Origins of the Square Root
The square root in mathematics is a certain number with a value which when multiplied by itself gives you the original number. For example, 4 is the squared number, and the square root is 2 because 2 × 2 = 4.
- There are actually two sources suggesting the origins of the square root—the Moscow Mathematical Papyrus and the Rhind Mathematical Papyrus. The Moscow Papyrus dates back to 1800 BC and is also referred to as the Golenischev Mathematical Papyrus. The Rhind, or Ahmes Papyrus, dates back to 1900 BC.
- According to the ancient Greeks, square roots of positive whole numbers that are not perfect squares are irrational numbers.
- Mahavira, a ninth-century mathematician, was the first to claim that square roots of negative numbers do not exist
- Egyptians referred to the square root as the kenbet.
- The symbol for the square root was first used in print in 1525.
Tips on How to Get the Square Root without Using a Calculator
- Guess the answer. Estimating the answer makes it quicker and practices our math skills to make future computations faster.
- Divide the squared number with our guessed value.
- Add the guessed number with the quotient of step 2 and divide it by 2, and this is now the new guessed number.
- Check the accuracy by multiplying the new guessed number by itself and determine how close it is to the actual answer.
- Decide if your new guess is accurate enough. If not, then go back to the first step.
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Square Root Flow Chart
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