Square Root Table
April 12, 2012
Windows 11 / Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7
If you’re having trouble with your math homework, download the free Excel template Square Root Table Download For Windows. The number that may be multiplied to yield 9 or 16 is an integer, making it simple to calculate their square.
If you are here because you want to learn the square roots of every number from 1 to 50, you are at the perfect place. We’ve included a handy 1-50 square and square root table for your reference. Those of you who are studying for standardized tests will find this table to be especially useful.
In addition, there are a variety of quizzes and tests that students can take to gauge how well they understand the concept of square roots. Standard practice for administering such tests requires the examiner to type out numerical answers by hand and double check that square roots are integers. After the exam, a teacher should double-check the submitted answers.
To find the square root of an integer, simply multiply it by itself (Y Y = X) using a square root table. Here, Y is symbolized by the symbol for the square root of X (X). The square roots of all positive numbers, including 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,…, etc., are also positive. For example, 4=2, 9=3, 16=4, etc. You can make a table to organize the square root lists. The value of the third root, for instance, is 1.732. The root table is easier to comprehend if it is first drawn as a square. A similar table can be constructed for the cubic roots of numbers, ranging from 1 to 100.
We’ve made an Excel template for a square root practice sheet that’s already formatted and has all the necessary calculations. Generating new amounts is as easy as clicking a button, and the template will even double-check your work for you.
How to install Square Root Table?
1. Download the file.
2. Open the application and click on "Install ".
3. Follow the steps that appear on the screen.