Q: What is the algebraic expression of square of a quotient of a number and seven?

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4(x)2

9b2-7

A square root is a mathematical function whose argument must be a number - or an expression that can be evaluated so as to give a number. Since Scotland is neither a number nor an algebraic expression, the question makes no sense.

One more than the square of x

The quotient when the square root of a number n is divided by two?

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4(x)2

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9b2-7

A square root is a mathematical function whose argument must be a number - or an expression that can be evaluated so as to give a number. Since Scotland is neither a number nor an algebraic expression, the question makes no sense.

One more than the square of x

Paris is not a numerical value of algebraic expression and so does not have a square root.

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The term radicand means the number or expression inside the radical symbol. For example, when we have the square root of 2, the 2 is inside the radical symbol. It is the radicand. The radicand may be a number or an algebraic expression. Also, there is not limit to the number of terms the radicand may contain. It may even be infinite!

The square root of 6 is an irrational number. It is also an algebraic number, a quadratic surd, an algebraic integer, a constructible number, and a computable number.

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