Q: Square root of addition answers?

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It is: 25

17.066 You can type square root of 291.25 into the Google search bar for answers like this.

The question What is the square root of cake? is meant as a joke or riddle. Answers best "mathema-medians" have proposed there are at least 2 'punchlines' as appropriate answers: The sqrt(cake) = (cake)^(1/2) equals -- a cupcake Or - square root of cake cake = delicious, therefore square root of cake = square root of delicious

No because the answers are 6 and 4 respectively.

It's an example of "addition".The sum is: 2 sqrt(34) .

First you do the square root, then the multiplication, then the addition.

There are two because the square root of 16 for example is 4 or -4

There are two answers: 20 and -20

The four possible answers are +/- 18 or +/- 22.

Definition of Square Root: The Square Root of a number 'X' is equal to 'A' when X=A*A By definition, the square root of a positive number has two answers, one negative and one positive, that have equal magnitudes. i.e. The square roots of 4 are 2 and -2. The Non-Negative Square Root is simply asking for the positive root.

Do you mean: What is the square root of (8 squared)? If so, there are two answers: 8 and -8. Or do you mean: What is the (square root of 8) squared? If so, there is only one answer: 8.

The answers are Â± 625

There are different answers for different expressions but essentially, you can either evaluate the expression and then find the square root using a calculator, computer or numerical methods, or you can work out the square root algebraically.

It is 16 +/- 12*sqrt(3)*i where i is the imaginary square root of -1

You can combine square roots when you multiply or divide. For example: root(2) x root(3) = root(6). You cannot do the same for addition and subtraction. For example, root(2) + root(3) can't be simplified.

There are two possible answers because if you square a negative number, you will get a positive answer.

It depends on where your parentheses were.Here are the answers to both possibilities:(the square root of 8)/27 = 2.82843/27 = 0.10476 (rounded)The square root of (8/27) = 0.54433(rounded)

The answers is not a whole number or a real number, but approx. 7.071 multiplied by i, the imaginary representative for the square root of negative 1.

+14 and -14

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No. For example, the square root of two plus (minus the square root of two) = 0, which is not an irrational number.

Suppose that in the problem you describe, instead of a and b, we talk about actual numbers, such as 4 and 9. The square root of 4 is 2, and the square root of 9 is 3; so if we add the square root of 4 and the square root of 9, that is 2 + 3 = 5. Now, suppose we add 4 + 9 and get 13. The square root of 13 is just over 3.6, which you will note is considerably less than 5. This is because multiplication is not a linear process; as you multiply larger numbers, the total increases more rapidly than if you were merely adding numbers. A square root is the number which, multiplied by itself produces the number of which it is the square root, so it is basically connected to multiplication, not addition. Hence, you can't get the same result through addition.

The square root of 49 is +7 OR -7 So the answers are -65/6 and 71/6 or -6.8333... and 7.1666...

5. Think of square root as the opposite of exponets. I.e. 5 squared is 25. Just like addition and subtraction. Or multiplication and division are opposites