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01092007  #21 
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that's good because i think i got a perfect (and so did redfire544)
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01092007  #22 
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Well Then YAY FOR YOU!!!

01092007  #23 
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thanks
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01092007  #24 
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your welcome!!

01122007  #25 
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Hehehe the humor of sarcasm.

01132007  #26 
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lol.......lizzie, you have become one of me!!!!!!!!! lol........

01132007  #27 
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kkk now here's my real question.........what is a square root.......you'd think if u take high school math in 6th grade they'd tell ya that but they don't.....even people in the reg. class know that....o and how do u find the square root of a number?

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Heh I don't even know what's a square root and I'm in 8th grade! Well at least I don't remember...

01132007  #29  
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x^2=y (or x squared=y) finding the square root of a perfect square is easy to find. for example: sqrt(9)=3, and 3*3=9 for numbers that are not perfect squares is harder. You can simplify what is in the square root sign, making it so you have a perfect square as one of the numbers. Then take out the perfect square , and put its square root outside the square root. For example, sqrt(162)=sqrt(81*2)=9sqrt(2) That is pretty crazy! it would be better to search on the Internet, or ask Mr. Hui
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