In the grade 8th Number System, students learn to find the square roots of perfect squares and the extended practice is to find the square roots of numbers given as the product of squares. This skill involves breaking down a number into its factors which are perfect squares. Find the square roots of numbers given as the product of squares practice problems including a variety of problems.
For example, if the number is 36, we can identify that it is the product of 4 and 9, which are perfect squares. Therefore, the square root of 36 can be found by taking the square root of 4 and 9 and multiplying them together, which gives us 6.