**In this post, we will discuss few approximate questions that are asked on finding square root of an imperfect square in IBPS PO Exam**

The quantitative aptitude section of IBPS PO Exam consists of few approximation questions that we often tend to skip due to huge calculations. Approximation means a value or quantity that is nearly but not exactly correct. Generally, approximation questions are on finding the square root of imperfect squares, finding the cube root of imperfect cubes, simplification etc. Approximation questions are based on speed calculations and guesswork.

Approximation Questions are divided into various parts. In this post, we discuss approximation questions when they are asked on finding the squares root of imperfect squares in less time.

**Example 1: Approximation questions on finding square root of imperfect squares**

**Question:**What is the approximate square of

**√**8000?

**Solution:**

**Step 1:**

Find the nearest squares that are near to

**√**8000
80

^{2 }= 6400
90

^{2}= 8100**Step 2:**

Now we know that square of

**√**8000 lies between 80 and 90. We can mark any number that lies between 80 and 90 in the option and most probably a number which is close to 90. But there is still a method through which we can find the square root.
First, take the closest perfect square to 8000 and subtract it from 8000.

I.e. 80² = 6400

8000 – 6400 = 1600

**Step 3:**

Then, as we need to find the approximate square we need to add something to 80, so we add the difference and divide it by double the number that is taken i.e. 80 x 2

80 + [1600/(2 x 80)] = 90

So, you can mark the option that has 90

Therefore, the approximate square of

**√**8000 is 90.

**Question:**What is the square of

**√**6000?

**Solution:**

**Step 1:**

Find the nearest squares that are near to

**√**6000
70

^{2 }= 4900
80

^{2 }= 6400**Step 2:**

Now we know that square of

**√**6000 lies between 70 and 80. We can mark any number that lies between 70 and 80 in the option and most probably a number which is close to 80. But, there is a method through which we can find the square root.
First, take the closest perfect square to 6000 and subtract it from 6000

I.e. 70² = 4900

6000 - 4900 = 1100

**Step 3:**

Then, as we need to find the approximate square we need to add something to 70, so we add the difference and divide it by double the number that is taken i.e. 70x 2

70 + [1100/ (2 x 70)] = 78

So, you can mark the option that has 78

Therefore, the approximate square of

**√**6000 is 78.**Example 3: Approximation questions on finding square root of imperfect squares**

**Question:**What is the square of √14000?

**Solution:**

**Step 1:**

Find the nearest squares that are near to

**√**14000
100

^{2}= 10000
110

^{2}= 12100
120

^{2 }= 14400**Step 2:**

Now we know that square of

**√**14000 lies between 110 and 120. We can mark any number that lies between 110 and 120 in the option and most probably a number which is close to 120. But, there is a method through which we can find the square root.
First, take the closest perfect square to 14000 and subtract it from 14000

I.e.110² = 12100

14000 – 12100 = 1900

**Step 3:**

Then, as we need to find the approximate square we need to add something to 110, so we add the difference and divide it by double the number that is taken i.e. 110x 2

110 + [1900 / (2 x 110)] = 119

So, you can mark the option that has 119

Therefore, the approximate square of

**√**14000 is 119.Do write down in the comment section how this post helped you to solve approximation questions on finding square roots of imperfect squares.

Stay tuned for more approximation questions.

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