You split 162=18*9 how we can understand this because there are so many possibles are there to split 162 and how we can find this exact split.
(Sun, Jan 8, 2012 07:38:04 AM)
You can see that 162 is divisible by 9.i.e.(1+6+2)=9 which is a multiple of 9.so it makes calculation easier if one factor is a perfect square. You can split 162 as 81*2 also where 81 is a perfect square.
(Sun, Sep 2, 2012 06:57:06 PM)
Thanks for tip.
But,I think it is bit difficult to get this correctly.
Mostly we need to think in terms of squares and then look for which one will give 162
(Tue, Oct 9, 2012 10:41:21 PM)
Is there any short tricks to find square root and cube root ?
(Tue, Oct 16, 2012 09:10:41 PM)
-12 is the valid answer too!
Jiyan Prathap said:
(Sun, Dec 23, 2012 07:49:26 PM)
There is a short cut to find square root
For Eg: 144 which is the square of 12.
First leave the last two digits of 144. The remaining is 1, 1 comes in 1 table alone.
Hence the first number of the answer is 1.
To find the second digit always add 1 to the first digit of the answer i.e 1+1=2 which is the second digit. Combine together the answer is 12.
(Sun, Dec 30, 2012 07:33:33 PM)
@Jiyan prathap. Can we find square root of all others too by using this method?