Square Root Tricks Using Vedic Maths |

**How To Find Square Root Easily Using Vedic Math Tricks for Govt Exam?**

In most of the Government Exams, the Quantitative Aptitude on Numerical Ability section will often test your speed. You need to be quick with calculations if you want to ace Banking & SSC Exams. As in these examinations calculation based questions are often asked. Here in this blog, you will know how to find the square root of a number.

**Some Important Point for Square Roots Math tricks :**

- Squares of numbers from 1 to 9 are 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, and 100.
- Square of a number cannot end with 2, 3, 7, and 8. OR number ending with 2 , 3, 7 and 8 cannot have perfect squareroot.
- Squareroot of a number ending with 1 (1, 81) ends with either 1 or 9 (10’s compliment of each other).
- Squareroot of a number ending with 4 (4, 64) ends with either 2 or 8 (10’s compliment of each other).
- Squareroot of a number ending with 9 (9, 49) ends with either 3 or 7 (10’s compliment of each other).
- Squareroot of a number ending with 6 (16, 36) ends with either 4 or 6 (10’s compliment of each other).
- If number is of ‘n’ digits then square root will be ‘n/2’ OR ‘(n+1)/2’ digits.

**Example:**

**Square root of 1296**

- The number ends with 6, Since it’s a perfect square, square root will end with 4 or 6.
- Need to find 2 perfect squares between which 12 exists.

Numbers are 16(42) and 9(32). - 16 is more than 12 so, the perfect square will be a 34 or 36.
- Now find the square of 35, which is 1225
- 1225 is smaller than 1296.
- Hence the square root of 1296 is = 36.