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I think you mean square root. The square root of a number is that number when multiplied by itself will give the original number. For example the original number is 4, then we know that 2 x 2 is 4, hence 2 is the square root of 4. We also know that -2 x -2 is also 4, hence 4 has two square roots, +2 and -2 Similarly 9 has two square roots, +3, and -3 Similarly 16 has two square roots, +4, and -4 Not all numbers have such whole numbers for their square roots. For example the square roots of 2 are nearly equal to +1.4142 and -1.4142. Similarly the square roots of 3 are nearly equal to +1.73205 and -1.73205

The square roots are -1.07 and +1.07The square roots are -1.07 and +1.07The square roots are -1.07 and +1.07The square roots are -1.07 and +1.07

square inches do not have square roots only number have square roots.

The two square roots of 400 are: 20 and -20.

The square roots of 529 are: ± 23.

The square roots of 4,900 are: 70 and -70.

Perfect square roots are square roots that have a whole number that can go into it perfectly. Nonperfect square roots are square roots that have decimal numbers going into it. Example: Perfect Square Root: 144- Square Root: 12 Nonperfect Square Root: 24- Square Root: About 4.89

The answer depends on "different from WHAT?" Positive cube roots, or negative square roots?

The square roots of 8100 are 90, -90

You call them principal square roots.

The square roots of 64 are +8 and -8.

Both 9 and -9 are square roots of 81

No. The square roots 8 are irrational, as are the square roots of most even numbers.

There are no real square roots of -256. But using complex numbers the square roots of -256 are 16i and -16i.

The positive square root of 115 lies between the positive square roots of 114 and 116.The positive square root of 115 lies between the positive square roots of 114 and 116.The positive square root of 115 lies between the positive square roots of 114 and 116.The positive square root of 115 lies between the positive square roots of 114 and 116.

It so happens that squares and square roots (as well as other powers and roots) frequently occur in different scientific problems - physics, for example. An engineer must know such things. (Engineerings is basically "applied science".) If you are not planning to work in an engineering field, you'll probably not use much square roots, or other advanced math.

No. Lots of square roots are not rational. Only the square roots of perfect square numbers are rational. So for example, the square root of 2 is not rational and the square root of 4 is rational.

The square roots of 196 are 14 and -14.

The two square roots of 36 are 6 and -6.

256 has two square roots: 16 and -16.

You just figure out the square roots and than subtract them...

The square roots of 114 are approx 10.6771 and -10.6771

A number multiplied by itself is the square of that number. The reverse procedure is the square root. You can get help for square roots from you teacher, a tutor, a student who understands square roots, etc.

0.64 has square roots {0.8, -0.8}.

The two square roots of 36 are: 6 and -6.