-8x3 = -24 which has no square root in Real numbers. The square root of -24 is Â±4.898979*i where i is the imaginary square root of -1.
There are two square roots of i: (-1/square root 2)(1+i) and (1/square root 2)(1+i) so these are i to the one half power. Now to find -i to the one half power, multiply either of these by i, since i2 is -1. So (-i/square root 2)(1+i) and (i/square root 2)(1+i) are the square roots of -i. Verify this by direct multiplication.
The laws of exponents help you out here. We can write square root of a number n, as n^1/2 power. Now we know that raising and exponent to a powers is done according to the rule (a^b)^c=a^bc. That is two say we multiply the exponents So doing that with 1/2 each time we find that the square root of the square root of n is n^1/4 which is the 4th root of n Looks look at an example. let n=16 The square root is 4 and the square root of that is 2 So this means the 4th root of 16 must be 2, but 2x2x2x2=16 so it is! Using this, one can you 1/4 as the exponent on a calculator and find square roots of square roots. or you could just find the square root of the first number then find the square root of that... real simple.
The square root of 170 is 13.0384... Since it does not have an integer as its square root, it is not a square number.
Yes, they are.
The square root of 1 is also 1, so then you just take the square root of that, which is, again, 1.
It would be radical 170, because 170 cannot factor anything outside of the radical.
The square root of 1/9 is 1/3 because the square root of 1 is 1 and the square root of 9 is 3.
Same Square root of 1 is 1
Square root of 1/2 = (1)/(square root of 2) = 1/1.4142 = 0.7071 Also Square root of 1/2 = Square root of 0.5 = 0.7071
The square root of 1 is 1.The square root of 0 is 0.