Q: What is the root of fend?

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Surds are based on roots. Root 8 can be split into root 4 and root 2; as there's a root to 4, get that number, and multiply it by the remaining root. So root 8 = 2 root 2. Root 40 would be 2 root 10 Root 48 would be root 4, root 4, root 3 Root 48 = 4 root 3.

The fraction must be rationalized. Since it is the square root of x in the denominator, you are going to multiply the numerator and denominator by the square root of x. For simplicity of the problem, root will take the place of the symbol for square root: root(3y)/root(x) root(3y)*root(x)/root(x)*root(x) root(3xy)/x The simplified answer is going to be the square root of 3xy divided by x. Hope that helped.

There are infinitely many of them. They include square root of (4.41) square root of (4.42) square root of (4.43) square root of (4.44) square root of (4.45) square root of (5.3) square root of (5.762) square root of (6) square root of (6.1) square root of (6.2)

The root of ab is the same as the root of a multiplied by the root of b. So root 200 = root 100 x root 2 root 100 is 10, root 2 is an irrational number. Multiplying 10 by an irrational number gives an irrational number. Therefore, root 200 never ends.

Cube root of 6 is lesser than fourth root of eight.cube root of 6 = 1.817fourth root of 8 = 1.862

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Defend

The present tense of "fend" is "fends." For example, "He fends off criticism."

I/you/we/they fend. He/she/it fends.

Fend off, mate!

Peter Fend was born in 1950.

Fritz Fend died in 2000.

Fritz Fend was born in 1920.

the rock stars had to fend off the screaming and swarming girls as they exited the building

divert, turn, deflect ward off, avoid, prevent, fend off, preclude, stave off, forestall

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Sometimes people must fend for themselves.

{All for third person singular} Simple present indicative: it fends Progressive present indicative: it is fending Intensive or interrogative present: it does fend, does it fend? Simple past indicative: it fended Progressive past indicative: it was fending Intensive or interrogative past indicative: it did fend; did it fend? Simple present perfect: it has fended Progressive present perfect: it has been fending Simple past perfect: it had fended Progressive past perfect: it had been fending Simple future: it will fend Intensive future: it shall fend Simple future progressive: it will be fending Simple future perfect: it will have fended Intensive future perfect: it shall have fended Conditional: it would fend or it could fend Present subjunctive: it fend