Prime Factorization is also a way

to find out if a square is perfect or not.

Square root is the inverse (opposite) of squaring, for example:

5² = 5x5 or 25

√25 is 5 times itself has a product of 25

5x5=21 || √25=5

√25 is 5 times itself has a product of 25

5x5=21 || √25=5

**Yesterday's Homework**

*Estimating in Fractions*

√1:

**1**√2:

**1**1/3√3:

**1**2/3√4:

**1**3/3 =**2**√5:

**2**1/5√6:

**2**2/5√7:

**2**3/5√8:

**2**4/5√9:

**2**5/5 =**3**√10:

**3**1/7 ...See any patterns? The denominator is how many spaces are in between the 2 closest perfect squares. The numerator is how many spaces the square root number took going to the left.

√39 6 3/13;6.24 x 6.24

√200 14 4/29; 14.14 x 14.14

√850 841 10/59; 29.15 x 29.15

**Today's Homework**

(This part gets confusing but I'll try to explain it as good as I can)

- make another number line with √1 to √25 square root numbers with one and a half (1 1/2) intervals

- write the fraction x fraction = 1-25

- on the bottom, write the decimal that is almost equal to 1, 2, 3, ... 25

- lastly highlight or box the perfect square numbers

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*Don't forget to use*

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*' the almost equal symbol.*

Good job!!!Next time you should put colors on the letters. But you did good.

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ReplyDeleteGreat job Karen! I like how your pictures are very neat and that they explain whats happening well. However, try to check if your answers are correct. I also didn't understand your explanation on how to get the numerator. But overall good job! (Y)

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You explained the definitions really well. Keep it up !