Q: How do you make a square root symbol on keyboard?

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press alt and then v (at least it worked on mine)

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not on your keyboard. But there will in most word processing programmes a character map, and in this you'll find a sq root symbol, at least in the math character sets.

It is a keyboard, not a keybored ! There is no square root button on a standard keyboard, but if you are bored, you can find out how to program a key and get one of the keys to be your square root key.

The symbol for a a square root sign is: √

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press alt and then v (at least it worked on mine)

To type the square root symbol on ypur keyboard press and hold alt and type 251.

There is no single square root button on a keyboard. You can sometimes get the square root symbol by holding down alt and pressing 2 then 5 then 1 (or alt + 251). If that doesn't work, you could copy and paste it. √ (that square root sign is from pressing alt + 251)

hold alt and press v it worked on mine !^)

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not on your keyboard. But there will in most word processing programmes a character map, and in this you'll find a sq root symbol, at least in the math character sets.

It is a keyboard, not a keybored ! There is no square root button on a standard keyboard, but if you are bored, you can find out how to program a key and get one of the keys to be your square root key.

The symbol for a a square root sign is: √

The only thing that a square root symbol does is that it symbolises an operation (taking the square root) of whatever is under the sign.

The square root symbol is like a tick with a line connected to the top. Go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Square_root and the square root symbol is displayed.

The square root symbol is the radical sign, √.

Unfortunately you cannot writ a sq. root symbol on the computer, so you could just say 'squared.'