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84.8241

0.7225

0.813604

150.0625

**Hence, the square root of 150.0625 is 12.25. **

225.6004

Hence, the square root of 225.6004 is 15.02

3600.720036

**Hence, the square root of 3600.720036 is 60.006. **

236.144689

**Hence, the square root of 236.144689 is 15.367. **

0.00059049

Hence, the square root of 0.00059049 is 0.0243.

176.252176

Hence, the square root of 176.252176 is 13.276.

9998.0001

0.00038809

**Hence, the square root of 0.00038809 is 0.0197. **

Hence, the fraction, which when multiplied by itself, gives 0.00053361 is 0.0231.

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**(ii) We have: **

=0.48

**=0.42 **

=22.5

=2.25

22.5+2.25=24.75

Hence, the square root of 103.0225 is 10.15.

Now, we can solve the following questions as shown below:

(i) 10.15Ã—10=101.5

(ii)

=1.015

(i) 5

(ii) 7

(iii) 17

(iv) 20

(v) 66

(vi) 427

(vii) 1.7

(viii) 23.1

(ix) 2.5

(x) 237.615

(xi) 15.3215

(xii) 0.9

(xiii) 0.1

(xiv) 0.016

(xv) 0.00064

(xvi) 0.019

**(xvii)**** ****7/8**

**(xviii)**** 5/12**

**(xix)**** **

**(xx) **

**Hence, the square root of 5 up to three decimal places is 2.236.(ii) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 7 up to three decimal places is 2.646.(iii) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 17 up to three decimal places is 4.123.(iv) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 20 up to three decimal places is 4.472.(v) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 66 up to three decimal places is 8.124.(vi) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 427 up to three decimal places is 20.664.(vii) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 1.7 up to three decimal places is 1.304.(viii) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 23.1 up to three decimal places is 4.806.(ix) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 2.5 up to three decimal places is 1.581.(x) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 237.615 up to three decimal places is 15.415.(xi) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 15.3215 up to three decimal places is 3.914.(xii) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 0.9 up to three decimal places is 0.949.(xiii) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 0.1 up to three decimal places is 0.316.(xiv) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 0.016 up to three decimal places is 0.126.(xv) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 0.00064 up to three decimal places is 0.025.(xvi) We can find the square root up to three decimal places by using long division until we get four decimal places and then rounding it to three decimal places.**

**Hence, the square root of 0.019 up to three decimal places is 0.138.(xvii) We can find the square root up to four decimal places by expanding 7/8 to decimal form up to eight digits to the right of the decimal point as shown below:**7/8

Hence, we have:

**So, the square root of 7/8 up to three decimal places is 0.935.(xviii) We can find the square root up to four decimal places by expanding 5/12 to decimal form up to eight digits to the right of the decimal point as shown below:**

Hence, we have:

**So, the square root of 5/12 up to three decimal places is 0.645.(xix) We can find the square root up to four decimal places by expanding into decimal form up to eight digits to the right of the decimal point as shown below:=2.50000000But, this is the same with the value 2.5 in problem (ix). Hence, the square root of is 1.581.(xx) We can find the square root up to four decimal places by expanding into decimal form up to eight digits to the right of the decimal point as shown below:=**287.62500000

Hence, we have:

**So, the square root of up to three decimal places is 16.960. **