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Q: How to find the square root of an number using a scientific calculator but my scientific calculator DOES not have that radical sign?

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Get a calculator with the radical sign, press on whatever number you want to square root, and then press on the radical sign.

You need a scientific calculator and the square root looks like this: √ Then you type in the number you want the square root of.

square root of 125= 25 times 5 under the radical (25 has a square root so you can take that out of the radical)= 5 times the square root of 5 (Thats your final answer with no calculator)

Scientific calculators have a square key which is usually marked x2. The same key, preceded by the "shift" key will give the square root.

24, -24

usually you input a number, press the root key, and get the square root.

No, the best way to figure this out is to plug into a scientific calculator and if the answer you get has a square root around you know its irrational.

I assume you don't want a calculator answer, where you simply plug it into you're calculator and get the answer (in which case, it would be 1.54919333848....etc) however, the best solution would be radical(12)/radical(5) first, convert 2.4 into a fraction. this will make it 24/10. then find the square roots of both the numerator and the denominator. radical(24)/radical(10) this can be simplified into radical(12)radical(2)/radical(5)radical(2) the radical(2)'s cancel out, and we're left with radical(12)/radical(5).

The square root (radical) of 5 is about 2.2361 (an irrational number)

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The square root of 9801 is 99 by means of a scientific calculator.

It depends on the type of calculator you have. If you have a 8-digit calculator, the largest square number you can display is 99,980,001. If you have a 10-digit calculator, the largest square number you can display is 9,999,800,001. With a TI-84, you can display 9.999999999e99 (which is actually rounded).

A square root

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it the number that is simfilied

If the number inside the radical is a perfect square or a ratio of perfect squares.

you have to square the outside number and then multiply it by the number inside the squareroot sign.

Here are the steps: 1. Find the square root button, it usually located at the middle. 2. Press the square root button. 3. Insert a number. 4. Press '='. 5. You get the answer. P.S. These steps belongs to scientific calculator.

Using a scientific calculator gives an answer of 223.60679774

If by "radical" you mean "square root of", then yes. Both square roots of 25 are real numbers.

What do i look like a calculator? :/

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the radical sign

The square root of 14 is already in its simplest radical form. The number itself is roughly 3.7416573867739413

In scientific calculators there is usually a button you press. Less complex calculators don't have that button. It looks like this: `____ \/