Square Roots Worksheets
also with decimals or other operations
On this page, you can make free worksheets worksheets for square roots for grades 7-9, including simple ones (grade 7) or with other operations (grades 8-9). Options include the radicand range, perfect square sonly, font size, and more.
If you want the answer to be "exact", choose "perfect squares". Then the radicand will only be a perfect square (1, 4, 9, 16, 25, etc.). Otherwise, choose to allow non-perfect squares, and then the answer is typically (not always) an unending decimal number that is rounded to certain number of digits.
The option "Only simplify, no answers as decimals" forces the answer NOT to be a rounded decimal, but instead the answer is simplified if possible, and the square root is left in the answer if it cannot be simplified. This option is useful for algebra courses.
With the advanced options you can make worksheets with other operations mixed in, besides just taking a square root.
- Simple square roots with perfect squares
- Square roots with non-perfect squares allowed, answers simplified
- Perfect squares; addition and subtraction involved too
- Take square roots from decimals
- Square roots with other operations
- Roots problems with division and squaring
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