You can't find the square root of -10 because you can't find the square root of any negative number. But we have something to represent the answer, i, i is a imaginary number.
The square root of 100 are 10 and -10.
Whatever you choose it to represent.
There is no such thing as the square root of 10 metres. There is a square root of the number 10, which is: 3.1622776601683795
When dealing with real numbers, you cannot take the square root of a negative number. The concept of the imaginary number was created to handle the square root of a negative number.That's almost like saying "when dealing with numbers bigger than 10, you cannot take the square root of 4. If what you are dealing with does not represent a number, then you cannot find its square root.
The square root of 10 times the square root of 10 = 10
The root of ab is the same as the root of a multiplied by the root of b. So root 200 = root 100 x root 2 root 100 is 10, root 2 is an irrational number. Multiplying 10 by an irrational number gives an irrational number. Therefore, root 200 never ends.
Square root of 10.
The number line from 1 to 10 includes 10 integers, but an infinite number of real numbers.
no. the square root of 100 is 10.
Draw a line segment 10 cm long. measure the first 4 cm and make that part darker.
The principal (square) root of 10 is an irrational real number which equals approximately 3.16227766.
Yes, the hexadecimal number 16.
No, it is not.
it has no square root
10 is not the square of a whole number. However, 3.1623 is roughly the square root of 10.
No. In general, the square root of a positive integer is either a whole number, or an irrational number.
It is neither but if you mean the square root of 100 then it is 10 which is a rational number
10 ones units.
it represents 10