**Square and square root:** **The number of digits in the square root will be the same as the number of groups derived from the number**. Examples are: 25 will be having one group as ’25’, hence square root should be of one digit. 144 will be having two groups as ’44’ and ‘1’, hence the square root should be of two digits.

**The square root is an inverse method of squaring a number**. Hence, squares and square roots are related concepts. Suppose x is the square root of y, then it is represented as x=âˆšy, or we can express the same equation as x^{2} = y. Here, ‘âˆš’ is the radical symbol used to represent the root of numbers.

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