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The square root of 81 is 9

The square root of 144 is: ± 12

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No because the square root of 98 is 7 times the square root of 2

6i the square root of a negative number makes an imaginary number (i) and the square root of 36 is 6.

Square roots are + or - . So the best way to write this square root is Â± 169.

There is no need. I do know how to write it.

You find the square root an then label it as the side.

0 = √0.

square root(48 000 000 000 000) = 6 928 203.23

sqrt(3)sqrt(25) = 5*sqrt(3)

Since this ended up in the Mathematics section, there is an outside chance you meant to write square root. The square root of 9 is 3. The square root of 25 is 5. If you didn't mean to write square root, please resubmit your question and direct it to the proper section.

You write it as a number raised to the power of 1/2 or 0.5.So, the square root of x+3 would be (x+3)^0.5

Usually, in code, the square root symbol is denoted as: sqrt() where the number inside the square root is written inside the brackets. For example, if you wanted the square root of 64, write: sqrt(64)

;$\sqrt[3]{5}$

Yes, every positive real number has a real square root. If you would write your number in scientific notation, I could tell you what the root is.

In absence of the square root sign, you can write out the square root of expression x using the power form, x1/2 (that's x to the power of one over two).

The square root of -3 is i times the square root of 3 (where "i" is the imaginary unit). To take the square root of an expression such as n9, you can halve the exponent and write it either as n4.5 or (square root of n) times n4. Finally, you have to multiply all the parts together for the final result.

Restricting the discussion to real numbers for now. In this case, the square root is only defined for non-negative numbers; the principal square root of a positive number is the POSITIVE square root. For example, both +5 and -5 are square roots of 25, since both - when squared - give you 25. But the positive square root (+5) is called the principal square root, and if you write the square root symbol, that's the number usually meant.

write a c program to accept a number and generate a square root cube and exponential values

First note that 84=4x21 and 4 is a perfect square. So square root of (84)=square root (4x21)=Square root (4) Square root (21)= 2 multiplied by the square root of 21. You can also write this using rational exponents, but this is not in radical form. It is an equivalent expression, however. 2 x (21)1/2

The square root of 48 can be written as 48 with a square root sign over it, 48 to the 1/2 power, a decimal equivalent (6.92...), or simplified as 4 square-roots of 3.

The square root of the square root of the square root of something is called the 8th root. The 8th root of pi is approximately 1.15383506784999.

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