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Module # 3 of 15 Squares & Square Roots 7th Grade

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Math Dragon Presents "squares and square roots"

Squares and square roots

·The product of a number and itself is the square of the number. So the square of 5 is 25. 5² = 25 ·The square root is one of the two equal factors of a number. The square root of 9 is 3. 9 =3

Square roots

The model below represents

25 = 5.

I drew 25 square units and made them into a perfect square. The length of one row is the square root.

Time to Practice!!!

Square roots

Problem 1: Model 1 = 1

Draw your model being sure to only use square units.

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Problem 2: Model

4= 2

Draw your model being sure to only use square units.

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Problem 3: Model 16 = 4

Draw your model being sure to only use square units.

Squares and Square Roots Fill in the missing sections with the appropriate square root, side length, model, or verbal description. Square Side Model Verbal Description of Model Root Length

64

10 rows of 10 squares

9

Lets look more closely at the relationship between squares and square roots.

Each side of the square is 6 units long. There are 36 unit squares in the large square. You can use this information to write the equation 6 x 6 = 36 . This model could be used to find ______ . 36

Now you try!

Each side of the square is __________ units long. There are __________ unit squares in the large square. You can use this information to write the equation _____ ______ = _______. This model could be used to find ______ .

Try a few more!

Each side of the square is __________ units long. There are __________ unit squares in the large square. You can use this information to write the equation _____ ______ = ______. ___ This model could be used to find ______ .

Each side of the square is __________ units long. There are __________ unit squares in the large square. You can use this information to write the equation _____ ______ = ______. ___ This model could be used to find ______ .

Lets See How much you have learned!!!

Remember to prove or disprove each answer choice by drawing the models of each.

Take your time filling in the griddable!

Remember to prove or disprove each answer choice by drawing the models of each.

Remember to prove or disprove each answer choice by drawing the models of each.

Congratulations!!!

Job Well Done, and we will see you again soon in

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