# Perfect squares

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### It can be very overwhelming to work with square roots of non-perfect squares. Use this square roots reference card and perfect squares sheet to help your students as they begin working with square…

### This eye-catching bulletin board poster is perfect for any math classroom! Help your students memorize square roots and perfect squares and add to your cute classroom decor!

### The difference of squares method is an easy way to factor a polynomial that involves the subtraction of two perfect squares. Using the formula a^{2} - b^{2} = (a - b)(a + b), you simply need to find the square root of each perfect square...

Brandi Beavers saved to Algebra 1 ctc

### This year I really changed how I taught my Number Systems Unit. I decided to teach a unit on Square Numbers and Square Roots. Then teach The Pythagorean Theorem Unit. My goal was for this unit to give the students a foundation of perfect and non-perfect square roots and set the students up for success with the concept of The Pythagorean Theorem and solving equations by taking the square root of both sides. Not only did I change the order of how this unit is taught, I completely changed how…

### Disclaimer... phone pictures with battery too low for a flash :/ so sorry!! But I can't put off posting these any longer! It's been almost a month that I've benefited from the MTBoS and haven't contributed! :( Alright, so here's what my Unit 2 includes. This is our table of contents for this unit but it also helps you get a feel for what's ahead. I'm trying to start every unit with a Unit Overview. This is our overview for Unit 2. I ask the students to revisit the essential questions…

Katie {Cookbook Meals} saved to Middle School Math

### “Episode 8 is about tetration and the max real value that makes x^x^x… converge. I also included a graphical answer to the homework: what is the min? Below this value, the Cobweb approaches a square. My favorite: 0^0^0… oscillates between 0 and 1, making a perfect square. (8/n)”

### March 2023 Update: I now recommend cutting the smaller squares ⅛” larger than listed in the table (so 1½”, 1¾”, 2″, 2¼” 2½”, 2¾”, 3″, 3¼” 3½…

Pat Miller saved to Crafts: Beginner Quilting

### “Pasado, presente y futuro en una infografía del #inglés que lo resume muy bien :)”

Yasmina Diaz Betancor saved to ELT

### This quilt tutorial gives a detailed explanation of how to make a perfect square in a square quilt block with no muss, no fuss and no worry!

Brenda Measom Mair saved to Quilting