Such that, rounded to two decimal places, the square root of 62 is equal to 7.87, the square root of -62 is equal to 7.87 i. ============================================================= You cannot have a square root for a negative number as the multiplication of any number with itself will ALWAYS give a positive number
The square roots of 62 are between -7 and -8 or between 7 and 8. They are nearer to Â± 8. so, in whole numbers, that would be the answer.
If you have not studied complex numbers, then the answer is as follows:The rules of multiplication for real numbers are thata positive times a positive is a positive, anda negative times a negative is a negative.[Also, 0 times 0 is 0].The upshot of all that is the square is never negative. And so, the answer is that there is no real number whose square is -62.If you have studied complex numbers then you should not be asking such basic questions! Still, the square roots of -62 are the complex pair Â±7.874i where i is the imaginary square root of -1.
It will be radical(62). It cannot be simplified.
52 = 25 and 62 = 36 because 27 is between 25 and 36 then its sq root must be between 5 and 6
7.874 DP (rounded)
It is: 7.87