Q: Solve square root 4 to the 2 power?

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The square root of 2 to the power of 10 = 32

Two to the power 8 (28) is 256 The square root of 256 is 16. When you take the square root of a number raised to a power y, divide that power by 2 (y/2) and that gives the square root. So the square root of 28 = 28/2 = 24 = 16

2x2 = 228 divide both sides by 2 x2 = 114 x = ±√114 by the square root property

12... 12 to the power 2 is 144. the square root of 144 is 12

The square root of 2 raised to the fifth power equals 5.65685424949

16 to the power (1/2) is the same as the square root of 16 - that is, 4.16 to the power (1/2) is the same as the square root of 16 - that is, 4.16 to the power (1/2) is the same as the square root of 16 - that is, 4.16 to the power (1/2) is the same as the square root of 16 - that is, 4.

A square root is a number raised to the exponent (power) 1/2.

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Surds are irrational square root numbers that cannot be solved but they can be simplified. For example the square root of 12 can be simplified to 2 times the square root of 3.

You can solve this in two steps: 1) Calculate the square root with a calculator. 2) Compare.

If T2 = 78, then T = 78(1/2) or the square root of 78, or about 8.83.

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!

ok lets let x=4. The square root of 4 to the 2nd power + 4= 8. The square root and power of 2 cancel out? Is that what you mean?

By radical, I am assuming that you mean square root, not cube root, quartic root, or otherwise. If this is the case, then we can use fractional exponents to help. Change sqrt(x) to x^(1/2), or x to the one half power. Then we take a radical of a radical which becomes sqrt(x^(1/2)) = (x^(1/2))^(1/2) = x^(1/4). When we raise a power to a power, we multiply exponents. So the answer to the square root of the square root of x is x to the one fourth power, or the 4th root of x.

Something to the power of 1/2 is the same as the square root of a number so 25 to the power of a 1/2 = the square root of 25 = 5

It is: 6 square root 5 and it's just like adding fractions with the same denominators

Yes and x = 2+square root of 6 or x = 2-square root of 6

This question cannot be answered. You will have to give me the number to the square root. * * * * * a = ±sqrt(c^2 - b^2)

There are two square roots of i: (-1/square root 2)(1+i) and (1/square root 2)(1+i) so these are i to the one half power. Now to find -i to the one half power, multiply either of these by i, since i2 is -1. So (-i/square root 2)(1+i) and (i/square root 2)(1+i) are the square roots of -i. Verify this by direct multiplication.

You divide the exponent by 2 The square root of a number is that number to the 1/2 power So for examle square root of x cubed (x^3) is x^3 to the half power =x^3/2 (x to the 3/2 power)

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It is 17

It is: 1/2

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