For math class we have to do this crossmatics puzzle #6 and question 14 is the square of 13-across and the answer for 14 is 225. so how do i find out what question 13 is? i know i have to "unsquare" 225 but i dont know how.


well to "unsquare" a number, u need to square root it so the square n the square root cancel out..
so the square root of 225squared is 225

2 Responses to “How do you "unsquare" a number?”

  • lithiumdeuteride says:

    The ‘unsquaring’ operation is called the ‘square root’. You may have seen the symbol for it on a calculator. It looks like this:

    The square root of 225 is 15.

    In other words, 15 squared = 15^2 = 15*15 = 225
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  • maggie says:

    well to "unsquare" a number, u need to square root it so the square n the square root cancel out..
    so the square root of 225squared is 225
    References :
    oh i learned that at skool;]]

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