On this picture is shows numbers 1 to number 9.

Square roots :

1 : 1 squared

2 : 1.4 squared

3 : 1.7 squared

4 : 2 squared

5 : 2.2 squared

6 : 2.4 squared

7 : 2.6 squared

8 : 2.8 squared

9 : 3 squared

In this picture it shows numbers 10 to 18

Square roots :

10 : 3.16 squared

11 : 3.31 squared

12 : 3.46 squared

13 : 3.6 squared

14 : 3.7 squared

15 : 3.87 squared

16 : 4 squared

17 : 4.2 squared

18 : 4.24 squared

In this picture it shows numbers from 19 to 25

Square roots :

19 : 4.35 squared

20 : 4.47 squared

21 : 4.58 squared

22 : 4.69 squared

23 : 4.79 squared

24 : 4.89 squared

25 : 5 squared

Some patterns that I have found :

The intervals between the numbers increase by 2 every perfect square.

Hope you liked my post

## 5 comments:

GOOD JOB ALVIN !! I liked the pictures and i liked how you explained things.

hey alvin,

GOOD JOB ! I understood the things you said. But you should put the numbers of waht's for homework on the textbook.

Good job Alvin ! I like how you organized the post. The pictures weren't all that great though. I think you should get over the section of the foldable, if you know what I mean. I noticed at the beginning the you spelled square wrong. Overall good job !

Good job! I noticed in the introduction you have a spelling error with squares. Otherwise, I like how you made everything clear and very understandable.

GOOD JOB ALVIN!. you should of put questions from the text book but other than that good job clear pictures.

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