| William Ledley Vosburgh, William Frederick Gentleman - Mathematics - 1919 - 328 pages
...8. 201.5 sq. in. ? 56.4" ? 9. 35.48 sq. ft. ? 76.2' ? 10. 41.89 sq. ft. 83.7' ? ? § 7. Square Root. **The square root of a number is one of the two equal factors** of that number. Hence, when a number is divided by its square root, the quotient equals the divisor.... | |
| Charles P. Alvord, M. Elsie Davis - Arithmetic - 1919 - 248 pages
...corporation. The Square of a number is the product obtained by taking the number twice as a factor. **The Square Root of a number is one of the two equal factors** of that number. Stock or Capital Stock is a name given to the capital of a company or corporation.... | |
| Marquis Joseph Newell - 1920 - 401 pages
...15. (£-^V O2 í le. ( — +— x-У-Yо / :+|-)"- 17. (-Ч--)3. --ir -(I4r 108. Roots of numbers. **The square root of a number is one of the two equal factors** of the number. Similarly, the cube root of a number is one of the three equal factors of the number.... | |
| Eugene Henry Barker - Mathematics - 1920 - 264 pages
...What is the area of a circle whose diameter is 20 ? CHAPTER VIII SQUARE ROOT AND CUBE ROOT Square Root **The square root of a number is one of the two equal** numbers which multiplied together will produce the number. Thus, 7 is the square root of 49, and J... | |
| Edward Ira Edgerton, Wallace Edgar Bartholomew - Business mathematics - 1922 - 305 pages
...obtained by multiplying some number by itself, as 52 = 5 X 5 = 25, and we say that the square of 5 is 25. **The square root of a number is one of the two equal factors** of that number. From the statement above it is obvious that the square root of 25 is 5. This may be... | |
| Clarence Elmer Comstock, Mabel Sykes - Algebra - 1922 - 320 pages
...number that is not found as a square in the table? How shall we find V6 ? Recalling the fact that a **square root of a number is one of the two equal factors** of the number, we are simply to find a number which multiplied by itself will equal 6. A glance at... | |
| Joseph Clifton Brown, Lotus Delta Coffman - Arithmetic - 1924 - 408 pages
...bring down the next period. Proceed as in steps 3 and 4. Estimating the Square Root of a Number. Since **the square root of a number is one of the two equal factors** of the number, finding a square root may be thought of as a problem in which the dividend is given... | |
| J. Andrew Drushel, John William Withers - Mathematics - 1926 - 336 pages
...1-18a6 + 81a262 y*14. (3+x)2-22/(3 + x)+2/2 36+12(a+6) + (a The Square Root of Arithmetic Numbers Since **the square root of a number is one of the two equal factors** of that number, you can extract the square root sometimes by inspection, sometimes by factoring, and... | |
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