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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

express 8^2 and 9^2 as the sum of consecutive odd numbers

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

Express 25 as the sum of first 6 odd numbers.5

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

How many natural numbers are there between 9 and 16?

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

The squares of which of the following would be even numbers? 223, 56, 57, 688, 92

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

The following numbers are obviously not perfect squares. Give reason. (1)  74132 (2)  150

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

What will be the unit digit of the squares of the following numbers? (1)  951 (2)  125 (3)  116  

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

Without adding, find the sum of first 5 odd natural numbers.

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

Express the sum 1 + 3 + 5 + 7 + 9 as the sum of two consecutive natural numbers.

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

Squares of two consecutive natural numbers are considered. There exists 16 non-perfect square numbers between them. Express the greater of the two square numbers as sum of two natural numbers.

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

Express 225 as the sum of 15 consecutive odd numbers. Also, express it as the sum of two consecutive natural numbers.

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

Show that the square of an odd number is always odd.

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

State whether the square of the given numbers is even or odd. (1) 654 (2) 6776 (3) 7025

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

Express 625 as the sum of two consecutive positive integers.

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

How many natural numbers are there between 169 and 196?

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CBSE - VIII - Mathematics - Squares and Square Roots

Express 100 as the sum of 10 odd natural numbers.

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