Square Root of 11

It’s easy to find the squares of the numbers. You just have to multiply the number against itself. Mathematicians have found a way to find the square root of the number given the number itself.

To find the square root of any number, you should know what are squares and how to find the square of any number.

What is the Square of a number?

If we multiply an integer by itself, the product we get is the square of the number.

For example 3 x 3 = 9, so the square of 3 is 9.

Following are a few more examples to see how squares are formed.

Table of Squares of Numbers

Digit

Multiply by itself

Square

1

1

x

1

1

2

2

x

2

4

3

3

x

3

9

4

4

x

4

16

5

5

x

5

25

6

6

x

6

36

7

7

x

7

49

8

8

x

8

64

9

9

x

9

81

10

10

x

10

100

11

11

x

11

121

Finding a square of a number is called in many ways.

Example if you want to find a square of 4.

You can say, 16 is a square of 4 or squaring of 4 is 16 or 4 squared is 16 or 16 is a square number or 16 is a perfect square of 4.

Square roots

Finding square roots of any number , like square root of 2 is exactly opposite to calculating squares.

Number

Square Root

1

x

1

=

1

1

2

x

2

=

2

2

3

x

3

=

9

3

4

x

4

=

16

4

5

x

5

=

25

5

6

x

6

=

36

6

7

x

7

=

49

7

8

x

8

=

64

8

9

x

9

=

81

9

10

x

10

=

100

10

11

x

11

=

121

11

What is the square root of 11?

A square root is represented by a symbol : \(\sqrt{}\).

  • the square root of a number is a number y such that b² = a in maths, or a number b whose square is a. Example, 3 and -3 are square roots of 9 because 3² = (-3)² = 9.

Long division is the easiest way to find the value of root 11.

\(\sqrt{11}\) = 3.31662479036

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