Quantitative Aptitude Square Roots & Cube Roots 3 Quantitative Aptitude – Square Roots & Cube Roots – Questions – 02 Please enter your email: 1. The least number of 4 digits which is a perfect square, is : 1000 1016 1024 1036 2. The largest number of five digits which is a perfect square, is : 99856 99764 99999 99976 3. If √2 = 1.4142, then (4 + √2 / √2 + 1) is equal to : 2.2426 2.1236 2.4136 2.3216 4. The least square number which is exactly divisible by 10, 12, 15 and 18, is : 900 1600 360 400 5. The least number by which 294 must be multiplied to make it a perfect square, is : 24 6 3 2 6. The greatest number of four digits which is a perfect square, is : 9604 9900 9996 9801 7. If √2 = 1.4142, the square root of (√2 – 1 / √2 + 1) is equal to : 0.828 0.4142 0.3652 0.732 8. The least number to be added to 269 to make it a perfect square, is : 7 16 31 20 9. What is the smallest number to be subtracted from 549126 in order to make i ta perfect square ? 62 81 36 28 10. The least number by which 1470 must be divided to get a number which is a perfect square, is : 15 5 30 6 Loading … Question 1 of 10 Previous PostGeneral Knowledge 271 Next PostESL EFL Test 411