try to find what number times the same numbers equals the number that you have.
Assuming the calculator can do exponents, take the number and raise it to the power of 1/2.
D. enter the number; press the square root key
Enter the number you wish to find the square root of, and then raise it to the power of one-half. x^0.5 = sqrt(x)
With great difficultly because it is an irrational number and it is about 14.69693846 by using a calculator
It depends on the calculator - some have the sqrt function, with others you need to use the exponent.
use a calculator
using calculator , it will be equal to11.44
You need a scientific calculator and the square root looks like this: √ Then you type in the number you want the square root of.
Use a calculator (if you need) to find the principal square root. The second square root is the negative of the number.
Using a calculator is one way and it is 28
It is 15 and using a calculator is the quickest way
Using a scientific calculator gives an answer of 223.60679774
Press the square root button on your calculator.
Type in the number that you want to square root, then hit the √ button.
The square root button on a calculator is normally the button which resembles a 'tick' symbol. Depending on the calculator you will press this before or after entering the number you wish to square root.
If your calculator has an exponentiation function, simply raise the number to the power of .5 Remember this trick: the nth root of X = X ^ (1/n)
It is somewhere between 3 and 4. You can get a better approximation by using your calculator to get the square root of 11.
It's really hard to explain in an answer here. See the link for different ways to do it.
Try doing square root of 48 on your calculator, you will find out what 48 is the square of.THE ANSWER IS NO
To find the square root of a number you would use the square root symbol on the calculator, √, then enter the number. Ex.: √25=5.
:/ Just square root the number with a calculator. If it isn't "just" a number, then its not a perfect square.
There is normally a square root button on your calculator The square root of a number is a number times itself. Most square roots are memorized, such as the square root of 16 being four. The easiest way to find a square root is using the root function on a calculator. you find the square route by thinking what times this number equals this number. For example.... the square route of 64 is 8 because 8x8 equals 64. Basically the same number times itself. Another example 12x12=144 notice the factors are the same.
Depending on the calculator, it can be : sqrt(number) = answer, or number, press sqrt, answer. examples : sqrt(49) press enter = 7 or put 49, press sqrt, answer is shown as 7.
There is a button to find it. We can use it.