Square Root Finder

Square root finder helps you to find the square root of numbers which are squares of non negative integers. Such as to find the square root of 4 you need to enter the (√a) value on ‘a’ and it will show you the value as 2 and (-2) but for preference we choose 2.

This function will help you find square root of integers by prime factorizing the entered number

Suppose we are looking to find the value of √64

Prime factorizing the number 64 we can divide the entire number by 2 such as:

For example:

Square Root Finder

64= 2 x 32

32= 2 x 16

16= 2 x 8

8 = 2 x 4

4 = 2 x 2

So prime factorization of 64 is 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 which can be written as (2 x 2 x 2) x (2 x 2 x 2)= 8 x 8 =(8)2= 64

That is how you could find the square root of 64 which is 8.

By using the square root function, here we have found square root of first 10 numbers.

4

2

9

3

16

4

25

5

36

6

49

7

64

8

81

9

100

10

121

11

You can use the square root function to find the answers to complex equations \( \large 5{^{2}} + \sqrt{16}= ? \) If you wish to know how to find a squares and square roots of numbers, check out the website.


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