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There are 2401 students in a school. P.T. teacher  wants them to stand in rows and columns such that the number of rows is equal  to the number of columns. Find the number of rows.
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There are 2401 students in a school. P.T. teacher  wants them to stand in rows and columns such that the number of rows is equal  to the number of columns. Find the number of rows.

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Total number of rows are 49.
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Solution

Let the total number of rows be \(x\)
Then total number of columns be \(x\)
According to Question
\(x \times x=2401\)
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\(x=49\) students
Total number of rows are 49.
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