find the square root of the numerator and the square root of the denominator
Use a calculator.
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.
Use a calculator.
Press the square root button on your calculator.
you buy a calculator and put the square root sign and the number you want to square root.
Type in the number that you want to square root, then hit the √ button.
The square root of 9801 is 99 by means of a scientific calculator.
Assuming the calculator can do exponents, take the number and raise it to the power of 1/2.
There probably is not square root to that, but if you want to see just get out a calculator and find outt
Use a calculator (if you need) to find the principal square root. The second square root is the negative of the number.
Use a calculator. Most will allow you to find 70(1/4) Or find the square root of the square root of 70.
The same way you find the square root of any number. The fastest way would be to type 225, followed by the square root key, in a calculator.
use a calculator
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.
I am not aware of a square key on a calculator. To get a square input number to be squared followed by multiply (X) and then = to get the answer. If it is square root your are referring to then insert the number which you want to find the square root of followed by the square root key. This brings up the required answer. Hope this helps.
The square root of 343 is 18.520259177452134133511310275475. To find it, you can use the calculator that is on your computer. It is found at start-> Program -> Accessories-> Calculator
Use a calculator with a square root button on it ;) By the way, Google said 10.8166538
If your number is X then to find the square root of the number ( sqrt(X) ) you can take the number to the power of a half ( X ^ 0.5 ) . If your calculator has no x^y button and cannot do powers, it cannot be used to find the square root other than through estimation.
There are different answers for different expressions but essentially, you can either evaluate the expression and then find the square root using a calculator, computer or numerical methods, or you can work out the square root algebraically.
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)
It is 15 and using a calculator is the quickest way
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Using a scientific calculator gives an answer of 223.60679774