It's a little hard to be sure what you mean by this question without seeing what you are looking at. I can think of two likely possibilities: 1. A number which is the same size as the square root symbol and written at the same level but located just in front of the symbol. This would just be a multiplier. 2. A smaller, superscripted number, possibly tucked into the angle at the front of the square root symbol. In this case, it isn't really a square root symbol anymore. It's a symbol for the root indicated by the superscriped number. For instance, if the superscripted number is a three and the number inside the root symbol is 8, this would represent the cube root of 8, or 2 (2x2x2=8).
If unspecified, the square root is the principal root, which is the positive root.
The mathematical symbol one can use when finding the square root of a number is y2=a. In other words y is a square number as a result of multiplying the number by itself (y x y)
its would be 11 root 2 just have the 11 outside then put 2 under the square root symbol
The symbol for a a square root sign is: √
It is the RADICAL SIGN , its definition is - the symbol used to indicate a nonnegitive square root.
Actually a negative number can be under a square root symbol. This becomes very useful in electrical calculations. The square root of -1 is j. That is, j2 = -1.
i is the symbol for an imaginary number, a complex number with the property i2=-1. The square root of a negative number is the square root times i. For example, the square root of -9 = 3i.
To find the square root of a number you would use the square root symbol on the calculator, √, then enter the number. Ex.: √25=5.
The only thing that a square root symbol does is that it symbolises an operation (taking the square root) of whatever is under the sign.
The square root symbol is the radical sign, √.
The radical symbol ( âˆš ) followed by a line above what's in the radical, designates positive square root.
The square root symbol is like a tick with a line connected to the top. Go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Square_root and the square root symbol is displayed.
Yes, but it's not real. The symbol i is used to designate the square root of negative one.
The symbol is not considered an integer. Thevalue of the square root is, though.
An "imaginary" number. Those number are called imaginary for historical reasons, but they have very "real" practical applications. The result is written as root(17)i (replace root(17) with the square root symbol).
the square root of x*x is x if there is a 3 then a square root it is acutally cube root. the cube root of x*x*x is x if there is a 4 then a check symbol then that is fourth root. the fourth root of x*x*x*x is x. the square root of 16 is 4(4*4=16). the fourth root of 16 is 2(2*2*2*2=16).
There are many ways one can make the square root symbol on their computer. One can make the square root symbol on their computer by holding down the ALT key as you type 251.
The square root is the number which is times by itself, to get the square number.
The 'radical': √
"i" stands for imaginary. It represents the square root of -1.
Sometimes the square root of a positive number can be irrational, as in the square root of 2 (which is a non-perfect square number), but sometimes it is a rational number, as in the square root of 25 (which is a perfect square number).
The square root button on a calculator is normally the button which resembles a 'tick' symbol. Depending on the calculator you will press this before or after entering the number you wish to square root.
The radical symbol, otherwise known as the "square root sign", lets you take the nth root of any number.Any number can be placed above, and slightly to the left, of the square root sign, to indicate the nth root. For example, the cube root of 27 is 3.The number inside the square root sign (that which you are finding the square root of), is called the radicand.