The square root of a positive number "x" is defined to be that number "a" that has the property that "a" multiplied by "a" is equal to "x". The value of the square root of numbers from 1 to 100,000 are here, computed to sixty thousand (60,000) decimal places. These results were computed at the rate of approximately one or two per minute on a Dell XPS 410 computer in the year 2008. The values were computed to an extra two hundred (200) decimal places using a Taylor series approach and then truncated, not rounded, to yield the published significance. For numbers which are not integers, the square root is calculated in real time to the first ten thousand (10,000) decimal places. Again, truncation is used rather than rounding.