# Find Square Roots Of Numbers Given As Product Of Squares Worksheet

Number System
8.EE.A.2

Total questions - 8

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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. To help students practice this skill, math teachers can provide them with the above worksheet that contains a variety of numbers given as a product of squares.

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Number System
8.EE.A.2

In grade 8, the concept of finding square roots of numbers given as a product of squares is derived from finding the square root of perfect squares. The process of finding the square root of a number given as a product of squares involves identifying the perfect squares that make up the number and then finding their square roots. Finding the square roots of numbers given as a product of squares worksheet includes a range of problems from different difficulty levels.

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