
A monomial which can be written as the square of another monomial is called a "perfect" or "exact" square.
If a monomial is a perfect square, then it can be expressed as a product of two equal factors. In such a case each of the equal factors is called a "Square root" of the given monomial.
Example: Directions: Solve the following square root problems and show your work. Also write at least ten examples of your own. 