Write the prime factorization of each number. Which number is not a perfect square explain how you know.

A)45

Textbook Pages ( questions 1, 5, 10, 16 )

1)

Explain how to square the number 7

To square a number 7 you would multiply it by itself or digit. 7x7= 49

5)

a) Determine the prime factorization of 4

b) Is 4 a perfect square

c) Draw the square and label it's side length

10)

Determine the area of a square with each side length

A) 20

400 square units

A=20x20

A=400

B)17

289 squared units

A=17x17

A=289

16)

Determine the value

a)√9=3

b)√25=5

c)√1600=40

Here are two links that will help you on square roots and prime factorization.

A video on square roots.

1)

Explain how to square the number 7

To square a number 7 you would multiply it by itself or digit. 7x7= 49

5)

a) Determine the prime factorization of 4

b) Is 4 a perfect square

c) Draw the square and label it's side length

10)

Determine the area of a square with each side length

A) 20

400 square units

A=20x20

A=400

B)17

289 squared units

A=17x17

A=289

16)

Determine the value

a)√9=3

b)√25=5

c)√1600=40

Here are two links that will help you on square roots and prime factorization.

A video on square roots.

A video on prime factorization.

Paul, thanks for taking initative on being the first scribe post and you did an outstanding job on your scribe. Everything you need was there and was neatly organized. Next time you might want to consider a link.

ReplyDeleteSorry about the link it wouldn't show up into a different colour but its the sentence before the video with the word "square roots and prime factorization".

ReplyDeleteGreat post Paul. It looks very organized and i really like your pictures. Next time add a little more color to make it nicer. Other than that, great job.

ReplyDeleteGreat post, Paul. Your pictures were clear and understanding to read. Good job.

ReplyDeleteGood job, Paul! I liked your pictures and you video was helpful! Thanks, Paul!

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