To type the square root symbol on ypur keyboard press and hold alt and type 251.
It isn't really on the keyboard.To type it, hold down ALT and type 251 on the keypad.
There are many ways one can make the square root symbol on their computer. One can make the square root symbol on their computer by holding down the ALT key as you type 251.
On a PC, if you hold down the ALT key while typing 251 you get √, which is supposed to look like a square root symbol. or, you can just google "square root sign" and copy and paste it. √ was easy enough.
alt 251 on the keypad
You can go to 'insert' -> 'equation' or 'symbol' (if you just want the symbol).
Well I'm on an iMac but I am using it with a windows keyboard I don't know if it will work for you. It is Alt+V or just copy it and paste it when you need it √
Go to Insert Symbol. From there you can go through the character sets and you will find the square root symbol. You could also get it in the Character Map and then copy and paste it into Powerpoint.
please rephrase your question ... what does "and" mean in your problem? type it out the way it appears and if you can't make a square root symbol, just type sqrt(7) or whatever it is you're trying to take the square root of.
The radical symbol √ (with a line over what you're taking a root of) denotes root.The symbol without any other numbers, means square root, while with a number like 3√ means take cube root, 4√ fourth root, etc.If you want to type this symbol in Windows, hold down the key on the keyboard, then type (on the number pad) 251, then let go of the key.You can also denote roots by fractional exponents: 1/2 power is the square root,1/3 power is the cube root, etc and this works if you have an xy (exponentiation)key on your calculator and want to compute roots.The symbol used to make a root is √
see where is says ? and / the / symbol is the dividing symbol
Hold down ALT and type 252 on the numeric keyboard.
To type the underscore symbol on a Spanish keyboard, you must press four different keys. These are the keys 0x5f.
√12127 = 110.122658885 On a calculator, first click on the key marked with the square root symbol: √ Then type 12127 and click on the = key to see the answer.
35.0713558335 The easiest method is to use a calculator: first press the key marked with a √ (square root symbol) then type in the number 1230 and press enter.
It doesn't appear as a button on a keyboard. What you do is hold down the Alt key and on the number pad type in 251 and then let go of Alt. It should then generate the root symbol √. This is what's known as an "alt-code" and there are quite a lot of them to make all sorts of symbols not normally found on the board. You can find a list of alt-codes in the related links section.
Well on my keyboard when I change from English to Japanese @ and " swap places so to get @ I type ", and to get " I type @
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shift + u
Alt. + 0247
To do square root in excel you type SQRT and then whatever number you want to square root in brackets. For instance, if you want the square root of 13 in one cell, you would type =SQRT(13).
The answer is: radical 99. I can't type the square-root symbol, but that is what you use. It's something like this: ____ \/ 99 This is radical 99.
Use the keyboard.
You press Shift+3