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I'm sorry, but if you don't know what a square root is, then why are you you asking us, and not your teacher? Or are you just someone who takes advantage of everyone on KT and lets everyone else do you homework for you, while you just sit there and watch the magic happen? I do not mean to sound disrespectful in any way, it kind of sounds weirder than it does in my head when I type this.

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Another way to describe it-

Square roots are the opposites as exponents. Exponents are a number multiplied by itself a certain number of times. Exponents are also the little numbers in the corner. 4

^{2}is an exponent, it means 4 x 4. Since 4 x 4 = 16, then 4^{2}= 16.Now, square roots mean the opposite. A square root looks like a check. √4 means the square root of four, or 4 ÷ *number* = *same number*. Now, square roots are hard to explain without knowledge of exponents, but the square root of 4 is 2 because four divided by 2 equals also 2.

Substituting numbers for variables (letters), a ÷ b = b.