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in a school there are 3050children .if a square formation is to be made , find the number of students left out of the square ?

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    the closest square would be 55^2 ( take √3050)
    which would be 3025
    So 25 students are left out of the the square.

    check:
    55^2 + 25 = 3050
    56^2 = 3136 , --- > too large

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