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Look I'm in 5th grade and I need to find out what the square route of 1,684,392! please help me!

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    1,297.8412

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    sq root of
    1,684,392 = 2 * sqroot (421,098)

    or 1297.8413

    I used a calculator. I don't know if you are expected to do this another way

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    well my father made me do that and he was WRONG!!

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    what is the fraction of four and five tenths

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