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This lesson focuses on finding the square of a whole number and the square root of a perfect square. In order to do this, we will first learn how to do prime factorization, a method to find the prime factors of a number.

Related concepts: Determine square roots of rational numbers, Square and square roots, Cubic and cube roots, Evaluating and simplifying radicals,

- 1.Find the prime factorization. Then, identify the perfect squares.a)53b)71c)196
- 2.Find the area of the square that has a side length of:a)15 cmb)21 cm
- 3.Calculate.a)$\sqrt {16}$b)$\sqrt {49}$c)$\sqrt {2025}$
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a)Find the area of the rectangle.b)What is the side length of a square that has the same area as the rectangle above?

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