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Q: Is the square root of 5 closer to 2 or 3?

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The square root of 3 falls between 1 and 2. (It is closer to 2 though)

The square root of 10 is 3.1622776601683793319988935444327, so it is closer to 3 than 4

square root 2 times square root 3 times square root 8

3*3=9 and 4*4=16. Therefore the square root of 13 is closer to 4 than to 3.

3(3 square root of 2) = 9(square root of 2)

No, the square root of 8 has to be between 2 and 3, closer to 3.

1.4142135 is the square root of 2 1.7320508 is the square root of 3 2.0000000 is the square root of 4

No. The square root of 8 will be between 2 and 3, much closer to 3.

2 times the Square root of 3 + 4

2 root 3 over 2, so square root of 3

Square root of 6

It is 2*square root of 3 or approximately 3.464101615.

if you take out the word ''quantity'' your answer is 25.02725024

The square root of 12 equals the square root of 4 times 3. The square root of 4 is 2. The square root of 12 equals 2 times the square root of 3.

square root 6

It is 2*sqrt(5).

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square root of 9 = 3 but 2, 17 and 23 are irrational numbers

x2+3i=0 so x2=-3i x=square root of (-3i)=square root (-3)square root (i) =i(square root(3)([1/(square root (2)](1+i) and i(square root(3)([-1/(square root (2)](1+i) You can multiply through by i if you want, but I left it since it shows you where the answer came from. Note: The square root of i is 1/square root 2(1+i) and -1/square root of 2 (1+i) to see this, try and square them!

hmm... okay, if I understand you correctly, 2 times the square root of 3 times the square root of 12? = 2(1.73)(3.46) = 11.9716. If you aren't using the approximations, then just simplifying is... [sorry, I can't do the square root sign on the computer...] 2(square root of 3)(square root of 12) = 2(square root of 3)(square root of 4*3) = 4(square root of 3)(square root of 3) = 4(3) = 12!!! HOPE I HELPED!! :-)

You would go about this question by first specifying whether there are parenthesis around the square root (3/2) or if it looks like (square root 3)/2 Case A would look something like this. 1/(square root of 3/2) in this case you would multiply both the top and bottom by (square root of 3/2). The bottom portion would become (surprisingly!) 3/2. the top portion would be left as (square root of 3/2). Then, because you are dividing by a fraction, the KEEP CHANGE FLIP rule applies. (square root of 3/2) divided by 3/2 would become (square root of 3/2) multiplied by 2/3 which = 2(square root of 3/2)/3. You can then say that 2 is equal to radical 4 and multiply this by the numerator of the other radical, to get radical 12/2 which equals radical 6. Radical 6 over 3 would be the simplified answer. Case B would look something like this. 1/(square root 3)/2 In this case you would multiply both the top and the bottom by (square root of 3). You would get (square root of 3) divided by 3/2. Then KEEP CHANGE FLIP applies again, and it becomes (square root of 3) multiplied by 2/3. This would then equal 2 radical 3 over 3.

the square root of 18 can be simplified to 3 * the square root of 2.The perfect square 9 is a factor of 18. That means the square root of 9 * the square root of 2 = the square root of 18.the square root of 9 can be simplified to 3.That leaves 3 * the square root of 2.

Answer: 2 square root of 3

Multiply everything by the square root of 3 minus the square root of 2 and then times that by 100 - 72 and divide that by 5

The square root of 2 is 1.41421356, while the square root of 3 is 1.73205081. Hope this helps :)