3.3 IS THE square ROOT of 11 to one decimal place
Deductive reasoning, trial and error. The square root of 78 will be between 8 and 9, closer to 9. 8.7 squared = 75.7 8.8 squared = 77.4 8.9 squared = 79.2 8.8 is the closest without going over.
That depends entirely on why it was squared in the first place, and why you would wish to square it the second time.
Its square root an irrational number and it is about 9.3 rounded to one decimal place
It is 9.6 rounded to 1 decimal place
Almost any calculator can calculate square roots. Have the calculator calculate it. Then round the result to 1 decimal place.
Remove the decimal to the right and the answer will be 1.23×10-1
It is 8.8 to one decimal place
Using a calculator you can find that the square root of 65 is 8.062258. To take this to one decimal place you have to first consider only digits up to one decimal place. In this case that would be 8.0 The next step is to look at the second decimal place and assess if we need to round up. If it is 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 we round up, otherwise we leave the number as it is (round down). In this case, the second decimal is a 6, so we round up. Therefore, the square root of 65 to 1 decimal place is 8.1
It is an irrational number which is 9.2 to 1 decimal place
the same as the square root of 3 which is 1.7 (to 1 decimal place)
The correct answer is 7.9
√88 ≈ 9.4
62 x pi2 = 611.9154729 = 611.9 (1 decimal place.) It's 611.915471469109395.
2.309401, rounded to the 6th decimal place.
Find the square root to the thousandth place (3rd decimal digit) and round it to 2 decimal places to give the square root in hundredths. If you want a fraction, convert the decimal hundredths to a fraction by putting them over 100 and simplifying.
4.12 (2 decimal places.)
It depends on n.
7.1 roundedfrom 7.0710678
No. An integer is a WHOLE number. A number with a decimal place or a fraction is not an integer :)