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yes, every number is a square root, but it is not a square number

Every number is a square root.

63 is a square root of 3,969.

And so is -63 .

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The square root of -63 is: 7.937253933193772 i

-122.10267

√63 = 3√7 ≈ 7.9372539331937717715

The answer is 63.

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sqrt(63)= sqrt(9) x sqrt(7) = 3sqrt(7) is the answer however, the square root of 63 NOT in radical form is ± 7.937254

Pick up any calculator - or use the one included in Windows or whatever operating system you use - and calculate the square root of 63.This will give you a positive number; the same number with a minus sign will also work.

Because 7*7 is not 63!

7.937253933slightly less than 8 (square root of 64 is 8)

12 times the square root of 7.

7.9

7.9

sqrt(63/10) = 2.50998 (rounded)sqrt(63)/10 = 0.79373 (rounded)

The correct answer is 7.9

3(square root of) 7

square root it to get the original number. 63.

Sqrt (63)sqrt (9 * 7)sqrt (9) * sqrt (7)3 sqrt(7)

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