Как да помогнем?

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Usually when working with big numbers like this, it is more efficient to use a calculator. You could easily find online calculators to help you.

Using a calculator, the square root of 37,932,330 would indeed round to 6159 (rounded to the nearest whole number).

Yes I understand. The problem being is the part in the question that says "show your work". I would have to say calculators are not allowed in the test.

Calulators are allowed in some tests; some of the math cannot be easily done by hand, and so the calulators are there to use when there are problems like "Solve the right triangle" and you need to know what sin63 is.

I'm pretty sure a calculator would be allowed to be used when dealing with that type of problem. For the showing your work part, the students can show the problem they typed in their calculator. For example, the student can type in sin(63) in their calculator and to show their work, they could write sin(63)=0.89 (rounded to the nearest hundredth).

Hope this helps.

This problem is at a grade 8 level, triganomity is mot taught till high school. Just wish I could see a video where this is explained in detail.

Here, this might help then.