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Q: The square root of 40

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The square root of 40 is an irrational number

Square root of 20 is 2*SQRT(5) or approx. 4.472 Square root of 40 is 2*SQRT(10) or approx. 6.325

The square root of negative 40 is: 6.324555 i

No - remember that you cannot have a negative square root. Instead, the square root should be +40 as opposed to -40.

The square root of [ sqrt(40) ] = 40(1/4) = plus or minus 2.5149 (rounded)

40

No, it's the square root of 1600.

The square root of 1597.44 is about 0.032 less than 40, the square root of 1600.

4X10= 40 take the square root of 2 and makes exactly a 2, and just leave the square root of 10 with radical sign so the answer is 2i square root of 10

0.625

sqrt(40) = 6.32455532 sqrt(20) = 4.47213595

6.322=40

The square root of 1600 is 40 …

It is: 2 times the square root of 10

40

Square root(40) = 6.3 6.3 + 9 = 15.3 Unless you mean it this way (square root of 49): Square root(49) = 7.0

Yes, of 40*40 = 1600.

The square root of 1600 is 40, therefore the square root of -1600 is 40i, where "i" is the imaginary unit.

No - the square root of 40 is not a rational number. Rounded to ten decimal places, it is equal to 6.3245553203.

20

Rounded to two decimal places, the square root of 40 is equal to Â±6.32.6.32455532

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40

You can take out the perfect square 4: root(40) = root(4 x 10) = root(4) x root(10) = 2 root(10).

Expressed as a surd, sqrt(40) x sqrt(50) = 20 sqrt(5).