Hello Camila,

It might be easier to first look at which consecutive perfect squares can 60 be placed inside of: 49 and 64!

49 < 60 < 64

now if you square root everything:

7 < square root of 60 < 8

so square root of 60 is between 7 and 8.

Camila R.

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Hello Camila,

It might be easier to first look at which consecutive perfect squares can 60 be placed inside of: 49 and 64!

49 < 60 < 64

now if you square root everything:

7 < square root of 60 < 8

so square root of 60 is between 7 and 8.

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