C:\fakepath-2 1.1 part 2 squares and perfect squares

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<ul><li> 1. 1 </li></ul> <p> 2. Thennextwehadtofigureoutaperfect squarebetween36and49anditendedup being42.25because6.5isaterminating decimal.HowmanyperfectsquaresAREtherebetween36and49? 2 3. BuildMe3 4. BuildMe Thisiswhyyouneedtomemorizemathfacts.4 5. Whatsthesquarerootof?6036369 59.29 49 508125 50.5 100 439.695 6. 6 7. Squareandsquarerootareinverseoperations Withnumberslargerthan1,Squaringalwaysgets______ Squarerootisalways______ Withnumbersbetween0and1, Squaringalwaysgets_____ Squarerootisalways_____ 7 8. 1reduce 2ifperfectsquareonTOPandBOTTOM, howtoreduce:thenitsaperfectsquare. divideboththetopandthe bottombycommonfactors untilyoucantfindanymore commonfactors.(try2,then3, then5usuallythiswillbe enough.) 8 9. 9 10. converttoafractionoruseacalculator 10 11. 11 12. 12 13. Didnotusethisslideinclass.13 14. 14 15. Homework: Didnotusethisslideinclass.15 </p>

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