Q: What is the square root of 18 plus the square root of 50 equal?

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It is irrational.

sqrt(800) + sqrt(50) - sqrt(18) = 31.113 approximately.

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It could be: 7/8 times 7/18 = 49/144 and its square root is 7/12

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No, the square root of 18 is 4.24 (rounded)

=no ans and 32=no ans

It is irrational.

It is not defined which level of root. Assume it is the square root. It is 18.

sqrt(800) + sqrt(50) - sqrt(18) = 31.113 approximately.

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sqrt(324) = ±1818the square root is 18

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(7*sqrt(2))/2 (Seven time the square root of 2, divided by two)

The square root of 18 is about 4.24

the square root of 18 can be simplified to 3 * the square root of 2.The perfect square 9 is a factor of 18. That means the square root of 9 * the square root of 2 = the square root of 18.the square root of 9 can be simplified to 3.That leaves 3 * the square root of 2.