The square root of six divided by the square root of two equals the square root of three.
Multiply the thirty and the twelve together to get three hundred and sixty. Now you have the square root of three hundred and sixty. Then take out any square roots you know. In 360, the obvious choice is 36. Take the square root of 36, six, out of the square root. When you take thirty-six out, you are left with the square root of ten. You now have six square root of ten.
No. The square root of thirty-six is positive or negative six.
The square root of six is 2.4494897427831780981972840747059
The square root simplifies to six times the square root of five. The decimal form of that is approximately 13.41640786
six and three tenths, or six point three
6!/6/6+square root of 6 times square root of six over six dunno how 2type square roots
9.7979589711327123927891362988236. I think that's right.
Six times the square root of five
The square root of six is irrational. Do you mean a rational approximation?
6/7 or 0.857
six on the square root of three
the square root of 6 is 36 or it is 3 depending on what you mean 6 SQUARED is 36 the SQUARE ROOT is 3
Expressed as a surd in its simplest form, sqrt(6)/sqrt(48) = sqrt(2)/4. Expressed as a decimal, rounded to three decimal places, this is equal to 0.354.
a=2.44948974278 is approximately equal to the square root of 6, and so answers your question approximately. An approximate answer is the best you can do, because the square root of six is irrational (cannot be written as a common fraction). The exact answer is symbolized by a square root sign followed by a six.
The sixth root of 100,000 is: ± 6.812921
That is simple, The square root of four is two so : (√4)+(√4)+(√4)= 2+2+2 = 6
2.449489743 no because the is not one
No, it is irrational.
It is irrational.