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How do you square a square root?

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  1. anonymous
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    all right, the square root is the inverse operation of squaring

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    you can think of the square root as the goal to find two numbers, the exact same numbers, that when multplied together yield the original number that you took the square root of \[\sqrt{a} = b\] then

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    b * b = a

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