Square Root Table: In mathematics, the square of a number refers to the value which we get after multiplying the same number by itself (Y × Y = X). Here, the square root of X (√X) refers to Y. Every nonnegative number such as 1,2,3,4,5,…, etc., can have a nonnegative square root such as √4=2,√9=3,√16=4, etc. The square root lists can be written in a table. Example, the value of root 3 is 1.732. Also, to understand the root table, it’s better to draw a square table at first. Similarly, we can also create a cube root table from 1 to 100, which will consist of cubic roots of numbers.

A square number such as 16 can have 4 and 4 as a square root because (4)2 =16 and (4)2 =16 this means every square number can have positive and negative numbers as the square root. But, we need to prefer nonnegative numbers in terms of the square root.
Square Root Table From 1 to 50
Here we are providing the square root table from numbers 1 to 50;
Number  Square Root(√)  Number  Square Root(√)  Number  Square Root(√) 
1  1  18  4.243  35  5.916 
2  1.414  19  4.359  36  6 
3  1.732  20  4.472  37  6.083 
4  2.000  21  4.583  38  6.164 
5  2.236  22  4.690  39  6.245 
6  2.449  23  4.796  40  6.325 
7  2.646  24  4.899  41  6.403 
8  2.828  25  5  42  6.481 
9  3  26  5.099  43  6.557 
10  3.162  27  5.196  44  6.633 
11  3.317  28  5.292  45  6.708 
12  3.464  29  5.385  46  6.782 
13  3.606  30  5.477  47  6.856 
14  3.742  31  5.568  48  6.928 
15  3.873  32  5.657  49  7 
16  4  33  5.745  50  7.071 
17  4.123  34  5.831  –  – 
Just like the formulas of Mathematics, these will helps us to solve complex problems. Having a root table handy will prove to be useful while solving equations with speed and accuracy. Every nonnegative number, if it is multiplied by itself, then the result is a square.
Square Table
Let us now create a table here which will give the square values of numbers. If students memorize this table, it will be easy for them to calculate the complex multiplication problems quickly. This table will also be helpful for the candidates who are appearing for any competitive exams because these exams carry questions based quantitative and aptitude. So, here is the table of the square of 1 to 50 numbers.
Number (n)  Square (n2)  Number (n)  Square (n2)  Number(n)  Square (n2) 
1  1  18  324  35  1225 
2  4  19  361  36  1296 
3  9  20  400  37  1369 
4  16  21  441  38  1444 
5  25  22  484  39  1521 
6  36  23  529  40  1600 
7  49  24  576  41  1681 
8  64  25  625  42  1764 
9  81  26  676  43  1849 
10  100  27  729  44  1936 
11  121  28  784  45  2025 
12  144  29  841  46  2116 
13  169  30  900  47  2209 
14  196  31  961  48  2304 
15  225  32  1024  49  2401 
16  256  33  1089  50  2500 
17  289  34  1156  – 
Cube Root Table
Cube root of a number is written as 3√A = B which means B x B x B = A. Even, having a cube root table at hand proves to be useful for complex arithmetic operations. Here, is the cube root table of some cubic numbers, let’s have a look.
3√8  2 
3√27  3 
3√64  4 
3√125  5 
3√216  6 
3√343  7 
3√512  8 
3√729  9 
3√1000  10 
3√1331  11 
Knowing the square root and cube root table while learning the equations and formulas will help in achieving excellent scores in this subject.
By referring to these square and square root tables we can solve this particular type of equation such as 52 + √16=?
And by referring to the square root and cube root table pdf you can solve complex problems such as √121 – 3√64=?
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