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# Squaring Numbers Worksheets

Sail through your squaring numbers tasks with this set of exclusively prepared worksheets. Equipped to help students of grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8 crack all elements of squaring numbers, these printable worksheets offer practice with finding the squares of whole numbers, integers, fractions, decimals, and square roots. Get hold of some of our worksheets for free!

Finding the Square - Whole Numbers

Young scholars can use these unique pdf worksheets to practice identifying the values of the squares and squares for the numerals. These 6th grade worksheets exclusively focus on finding the whole numbers for thorough practice.

Is your practice of finding the square of positive and negative numbers not as great as you want it to be? Supplied with enough practice materials for finding the square of integers, these worksheets make your learning life a lot easier. Remember this rule: the product of two negative numbers is always positive.

Finding the Square - Fractions

This set of 7th grade worksheets consist of three sections: A where you find the value of the squares, B where you work your way up finding the squares of the numerals, and C where you take an MCQ and answer questions on finding the squares of fractions.

8th grade students can swiftly find the square of decimals by multiplying the numbers and placing the decimal point at the right place. With three worksheets to hone their skills in finding the squares of decimals, they won't need to look for more practice materials.

Finding the Square - Square Roots

Learn and practice finding the square of square roots with these printable worksheets. The square of the square root of a number is the number itself. Each worksheet comprises 14 questions for practice.

Printable Perfect Squares Charts

A mix of wisdom and vibrancy, our display charts and blank charts help students know their perfect squares like the back of their hand. Let them have the handy reference chart displayed in their study room so it becomes twice as easy to memorize the perfect squares from 1 to 25, 1 to 50, and 1 to 100.

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