Well the best way to find the square rout of an object is to go outside and read a book about math. Then you can work the problem out on a peace of paper and find your answer. That is one way. The second way is you can go ask a teacher or a mathlete. And the last but not least and my personal favorite way to find a square rout is too, kiss my butt and do it yourself.
No idea about square rout, but the square roots of 25 are -5 and +5.
Nine :) * * * * * Sort of. ± 9 are the square roots (not rout!) of 400.
20. * * * * * Sort of. ± 20 are the square roots (not rout!) of 400.
The square (not squar) root not rout) of pi (not pie) is approx 1.77245
The square root of pi is1.772453850905516027298167483314.
The answer to that question is three,
The square root of 27 is 9 root 3.
The square root is 238198.4 approx.
There is no exact value for the square root of 21. √21 = 4.5825757 (7dp)
Never heard of a square rout, but the square roots of 689 are Â± 26.249 (approx).
No other way of doing these than simply working it out. I assume the word "rout" means "root", in particular "square root". If not, the following is wrong. sqrt 7 + sqrt 3 = 2.645+ 1.732 = 4.378, sqrt5 + sqrt 5 = 2x2.236=4.472, 2+ sqrt 6 = 2 + 2.449 =4.449 so the middle one wins (better check my arithmetic yourself!)
The square roots (not sqare rout) of 26 are -5.0990 and 5.0990, approx.
=== === That is like asking what 3/0 is in decimal form. the number does not exist.
the square rout of 69 will help you solve this promblem
2 x 2 x 5 x 5 = 100
About 4.899. Exactly: sqrt(24)= 2*sqrt(6)
did he take the rout to Asia