Square Root Of Decimal (example) | Numbers And Operations | 8th Grade | Khan Academy

Learn how to find the square root of a decimal number. The problem solved in this video is p^2 = 0.81.

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16 thoughts

  1. I know u already did some gradient/slope videis but can u go into bisectors, gradient intercept formulae amd in general form (really in depth please) and also how to to convert from one to another.
    If youbcould do this it would be much appreciated

  2. @Lejla Rezania : Sometimes when I get confused with this, I do the following:
     0.9*0.9 = (9/10) * (9/10) = 81/100 = 0.81
    This might help. CHEERS!

  3. don’t mean to be mean, Mr. Khan, but shouldn’t .9 time .9 equal 8.1 instead of .81?

    (*Edit:* wait, I was wrong. 8.1 is .9 times 9.)

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