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What is the area of the large square? Do you have to count all the little squares to find out? How can you find the area of the square if you know the length of one side?

You worked with squares and square roots in Pre-Algebra and Algebra, and they are important in Geometry as well. Squaring a number and finding the square root are inverse operations. We can use geometric models to learn more about these important concepts.
How can you find the length of a side of the square if you know its area?
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Squares and square roots