Q: How are square roots derived in long division?

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by long division

They came from geometry. If you have a square whose sides are 1 unit long then its diagonal is sqrt(2) units long.

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The answer is 26. The method for solving depends on the resources available and your mathematical ability. With a computer or calculator, the solution is trivial. You could try trial and improvement or, a more sophisticated way is the Newton Raphson method which will work for all kinds of roots. Finally, there is a method that resembles long division that can be applied to square roots but I regret that I am not up to describing it through this browser.

-- The square root of any number ' Q ' is some number which ... when youmultiply it by itself ... the answer to the multiplication is ' Q '.-- If ' Q ' is less than zero, then it doesn't have a square root.-- If ' Q ' is more than ' 1 ', then the square root of ' Q ' is between ' 1 ' and ' Q ' .-- If ' Q ' is less than ' 1 ', then the square root of ' Q ' is between ' Q ' and ' 1 ' .-- Whatever the square root of ' Q ' is, the negative of that number is alsothe square root of ' Q ' ... That's right! Every number has two square roots.-- There's a fairly easy way to figure out the square root of any number witha pencil and paper. It looks a lot like long division on paper, and it's just aboutas easy as long division, but it's too complicated to describe here. Your best betis to use a calculator. Almost all calculators except the absolute cheapest onescan do square roots.

they have long roots

It is 36 because 1296/36 = 36

The square root of 37 is the number which yields 37 when multiplied by itself. Since 6x6 is 36, the square root of 37 will be slightly higher than 6. A calculator will be necessary if you don't know the longhand method for finding square roots. This method is no longer taught in schools — suffice it to say, it's like long division, but more complicated. The answer is 6.0827625303.

long division is division that is of course long.

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A rational number is one that can be expressed as a ratio of two integers, p/q where q > 0. In decimal form, it has a terminating or recurring representation.An rational number is a number than cannot be expressed as a ratio of two integers. In decimal form, it has a infinitely long, non-recurring representation.A square root can be either rational or irrational or neither.Examples:The square roots of 4 are -2 and +2, both rational.The square roots of 2.25 are -1.5 and +1.5, both rational.The square roots of 2 are -1.41421... and +1.41421, both irrational.The square roots of -2 are -1.41421...*i and +1.41421*i, both imaginary.

Yep, to do long division the box is called a division bracket.

When do you use long division?You use long division when the number you are dividing is too big to do in your head or use short division.

why do tree roots grow so long

some plants have long roots because there is loads of other plants surrounding it so the long roots help it to create space.

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no. but oak tree's and willow tree's do have long roots.

You can practice your long division on the long division worksheets when you visit the ldivision site. They have many to choose from and you are allowed to print them out.

it was Leonhard Euler, the 18th century Swiss mathematician, who invented the square root sign. However, the concept of square roots was known to the Greeks long before that around the time when Archimedes lived.

cacti have long roots to soak up all the rain water

The result of Long division is called a quotient.

DIVIDE MULTIPLY SUBTRACT BRING DOWN That helps you with every long division problem.

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Yes. Mushrooms have roots. They can often be almost as long and as full as the roots of a tree.

It used to be taught many years ago but he advent of calculators and computers have essentially eliminated that. It is a good discipline to learn in school, however, so would be nice to be brought back, but unlike say, long division, it is a bit more complicated.