# Soccer square roots and cubed roots

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• ﻿Hey Julie! I have to leave practice early to go with the kids I'm tutoring.﻿
• I'm teaching them about square roots and cube roots.
• Can you help me because I'm struggling with that at school.
• Oh okay. What are you going to teach them Morgan?
• Of course! Let's go to the bleachers. ﻿
• Alright. Let's go!﻿
• ﻿﻿Okay, first the basics.  A square root is a number when multiplied by itself gives the original number. For example, 4 is the square root of 16 because when multiplied by itself it gives you 16.
• Cube root﻿ is a little different. Cube root is one of the three identical factors of a number that is the product of those factors.
• Okay, I understand square and cube roots now. ﻿
• Give me an example of square root and explain. ﻿
• That's correct. You catch on quickly!﻿
• Okay, so the square root of ﻿64 would be 8 because if you multiply 8 by itself it would give you 64!
• You really paid attention! Now give me an example of cube root﻿ and explain.
• Perfect! I think you understand it now.﻿
• ﻿For example, the cube root of 64 would be 4 because when you multiply 4 by itself three times it will give you 64.
• ﻿Thank you, I now understand square roots and cube roots!
• Glad I could help! See you at the next practice.﻿
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