When all the students of school are made to stand in lines to form a square, less than 10 students are left surplus. If the students of the school are 1305, how many students will stand on each line?

**A.**32**B.**35**C**. 36**D.**38

Answer: **C.** 36

**Given:** The total number of students in the school is **1305** and when they stand to form a **Square**, **less than 10 **students are left extra

Now, let’s find the largest perfect square less than 1305.

The largest perfect square less than 1305 is **36 ^{2} = 1296**

So, 1305 – 1296 = 9 (Which Is less than 10)

Therefore, **36 students** will stand on each line to form a square.