So , i had to do a scribe for questions 4, 14 , and 9 from the mathlinks textbook (pg. 99-100)

Here you go ;

1. Estimate the Square root of each number , to one decimal place . Check with a calculator.

*PICTURE IS AT THE TOP*

14. Alex is thinking of a number. The number has a square root between 7 and 8 and it is a multiple of 12.

a) What number could he be thinking of ? He is thinking of the number 60 .

b) Is there more than one answer? Explain.

Well , I doubt it . because 60 is the only number that is a multiple of 12 that have a square root between 7 and 8 .

9. What are possible whole numbers that have a square root between 4 and 5 ?

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Good job Jenn. I liked how you explained everything well. It wasn't that color so it may have been boring. But other than that good post. I now know how to list square roots.

You also forgot to answer question # 9.

Good Job! I liked how you explained everything well. You could have put a little more colour though.

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