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Objective: You will learn how to determine if a number is a perfect square and how to find the square root of perfect squares.

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**Perfect Squares and Square Roots**

Squares: Special rectangles where all four sides are congruent

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**Perfect Squares and Square Roots**

Perfect Square: A number is a perfect square if you can take that many 1 x 1 unit squares and form them into a square.

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**Perfect Squares and Square Roots**

Perfect Square: A number is a perfect square if you can take that many 1 x 1 unit squares and form them into a square. Is 4 a perfect square?

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**Perfect Squares and Square Roots**

Perfect Square: A number is a perfect square if you can take that many 1 x 1 unit squares and form them into a square. Is 5 a perfect square?

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**Perfect Squares and Square Roots**

Perfect Square: A number is a perfect square if you can take that many 1 x 1 unit squares and form them into a square. Is 6 a perfect square?

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**Perfect Squares and Square Roots**

Perfect Square: A number is a perfect square if you can take that many 1 x 1 unit squares and form them into a square. What is next?

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**Perfect Squares and Square Roots**

Perfect Square: A number is a perfect square if you can take that many 1 x 1 unit squares and form them into a square. Square Root: When a number is a perfect square, the side length of the square it forms is called its square root. Square root Square root of ___ of ___ is ___ is ___

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**Perfect Squares and Square Roots**

Practice: Determine whether each of the following numbers is a perfect square. If it is a perfect square, give its square root: (A) 10 (B) 16 (C) 1

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**Perfect Squares and Square Roots**

Practice: Determine whether each of the following numbers is a perfect square. If it is a perfect square, give its square root: (A) 10 (B) 16 (C) 1

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**Perfect Squares and Square Roots**

Practice: Determine whether each of the following numbers is a perfect square. If it is a perfect square, give its square root: (A) 10 (B) 16 (C) 1

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**Perfect Squares and Square Roots**

Practice: Determine whether each of the following numbers is a perfect square. If it is a perfect square, give its square root: (A) 10 (B) 16 (C) 1

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CUBE ROOTS. Remember: A number is a perfect square if you can take that many 1 x 1 unit squares and form them into a square. The side length of the square.

CUBE ROOTS. Remember: A number is a perfect square if you can take that many 1 x 1 unit squares and form them into a square. The side length of the square.

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