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Q: How do you represent root 2 to root 9 in the number line?

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I assume you mean the square Root of 3. You can't show it exactly as root 3 is an irrational number. BUT, you can show it approximately. Root 3 = 1.732... So put a mark between 1 and 2 on the number line at about 1.7.

First of all we can take a straight line,when we take a straight line we take a half circle in the left side of the line,then the end of a circle we take an CHAND and draw a 90 degree then it`s draw a root 2 we used this method we can easily draw a root 17.

On a number line does 2 or - 2 represent the absolute value of -2?

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Eight to the square root of two is 18.930500992570284227768534002147.

Remember: squareroot of 3 is smaller than 2 and bigger than 1. It is approx. 1.732

It'll be between 1 and 2

about 1/3 of the distance from 1 to 2

It is used to find the square root of 2. If you noticed the number on the tablet 141421 = 2

It is a number that is approximately equal to 1.4142. Since it is an irrational number, any decimal representation must be an approximation. However, if you have a pair of compasses, it is not that difficult to mark sqrt(2) on the number line.Draw a line at 1 that is vertical to the number line.Put the compass point at 1, radius = distance from 1 to 0 and draw an arc to cut the vertical line at X.Put the compass point at 0, radius = distance from 0 to X and draw an arc. This will cut the number line at sqrt(2).

To cube a number, you would multiply the number three times. The cube root is the root of the number before it is multiplied. For example, 2 times 2 times 2 is 8, so the cube root is 2.

Between 2 and 3.

Sometimes. The square root of 2 is, but the square root of 9 is not.

A square root of a number is a number that, multiplied by itself once, will equal the first number. Meanwhile a cube root of a number is a number that, multiplied by itself twice, will equal the first number. For example: the square root of 4 is 2. [ 2 X 2 = 4 ] [ 2 times itself equals 4 ] : the cube root of 8 is 2. [ 2 X 2 X 2 = 8 ] [ 2 times itself, and then times itself again, equals 4 ]

Yes, the square root of 2 is an irrational number.

No, the number 2 does not have line symmetry.

The square root of 2 is 1.141..... is an irrational number

From least to greatest: .....-4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4..... etc

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2 is a prime number and its square root is an irrational number that cannot be expressed as a fraction

the square root of 2 is (an irrational number): 1.41421356....

(root 2)/3

To visualise √7 on a number line you'd have to approximate it - √7 is in exact (surd) form as it is not a whole number. The approximation or decimal form of √7 is roughly 2.65. Or if you prefer, 2.6457513110645905905016157536393. So on a number line, place it between 2 and 3.

You can represent a radical with a rational exponent. For example the nth root of a number m can be written as m1/n . If n was 2 for example, then it is the square root. So square root of 3 or radical 3 is written sqrt(3) or 31/2 .

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