Posted by **Paula** on Monday, July 15, 2013 at 9:33pm.

Are these true or false?

1. If s is negative, then the square root of s^2 is -s.

2. If r is positive, then the square root of r^2 is -r.

3. If q is negative, then the square root of q^2 is q.

4. If p is positive, then the square root of P^2 = p.

If possible, kindly give me examples so that I can fully understand the concept.

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