Estimate, then narrow the range. For example, if you want to find the sqrt of 13, you know it's between 3 and 4. Try 3.5 - it's too low, so now try halfway between 3.5 and 4, 3.75 - it's too high. Now try a number between 3.5 and 3.75, say 3.6. It's just a bit low, so try 3.61, which is a bit high. Continue until your result is as close to 13 as you want.
It's better to get a scientific calculator if you need to do math like this.
You need a scientific calculator and the square root looks like this: √ Then you type in the number you want the square root of.
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)
The way you find modulus of a number on a scientific calculator depends on the model of calculator. On the TI-86, you use mod (x,y) or x mod y to find modulus.
The square root of 9801 is 99 by means of a scientific calculator.
Using a scientific calculator gives an answer of 223.60679774
Scientific calculators have a square key which is usually marked x2. The same key, preceded by the "shift" key will give the square root.
how to find antilog(20/2) answer
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
One can find free online scientific from websites like Web2, Online-Calculator, Meta-Calculator, Calculator-Tab, MathOpenRef and Alcula. One can also find scientific calculator software pre-installed in Windows.
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.
Type in the number that you want to square root, then hit the √ button.
:/ Just square root the number with a calculator. If it isn't "just" a number, then its not a perfect square.
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.
Assuming the calculator can do exponents, take the number and raise it to the power of 1/2.
try to find what number times the same numbers equals the number that you have.
the z looking thing
Press the square root button on your calculator.
Here are the steps: 1. Find the square root button, it usually located at the middle. 2. Press the square root button. 3. Insert a number. 4. Press '='. 5. You get the answer. P.S. These steps belongs to scientific calculator.
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.
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.
you buy a calculator and put the square root sign and the number you want to square root.
to find the square root of a number you can use the guess and check method which is kind of complicated to explain with just words but i will answer soon and try searching for "How to do the Guess and Check Method" on Google.com or Bing.com by Microsoft or Ask.com To find the square root of a number with a calculator you hit the weird division thingy... after the number/ before the number depending on type of calculator.
D. enter the number; press the square root key
In scientific calculators there is usually a button you press. Less complex calculators don't have that button. It looks like this: `____ \/