anonymous
  • anonymous
Square Root Help MEDAL + FAN :) What is Square Root 21 approximated to the nearest tenth?
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Guys HELP!?
IHelpYouLearn
  • IHelpYouLearn
Not 100% sure but maybe?? Does this sound right? @Sabu Approximate √21and place the value on the number line. Solution: Since 21 is between 16 and 25, both perfect squares, the √21is between 4 and 5, which are the square roots of 16 and 25. To determine the tenths place, divide the difference of the number (21) and the lower perfect square (16) by the difference between the two 4.242640687 perfect squares. As a decimal, the value is: 0. 5 Hope this helps! 

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anonymous
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I ONLY HAVE A. 4.5 B. 4.6 C. 4.9 D. 10.5
IHelpYouLearn
  • IHelpYouLearn
Okay @Sabu it would be 4.6.
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Hope that helped!
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