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4 over square root of 16 simplifies to 1 !

It is: 4/1 or simply as 4

a quarter is 1/4 and square root of 1/4 is square root (1/4)=square root of 1 divided by square root of 4 which is 1 divided by 2. So the answer is 1/2

1/4 because the square root of 1 is 1 and the square root of 16 is 4 1/4 x 1/4 = 1/16 Also note: Every number has 2 square roots. The other one for 1/16 is -1/4 .

+/- 3i/2 where i is the imaginary square root of -1.

The square root of 64/4 = 4

Since 4 over 4 (4/4) = 1, the answer is 1 because 1 x 1 (or 12) = 1.

No, in fact unless an integer has an integral square root, the square root is always irrational. Note that some rational fractions can have rational square roots, though. Example: sqrt(4/9) = sqrt(4)/sqrt(9) = 2/3, which is rational. Or sqrt(9/16) = 3/4

yes its a rational number because the square root of 4 is 2 and 2 can be put over 1

One over sixteen = 1/16, which is a rational number (not irrational). The square root of 1/16 = 1/4 (or -1/4), which is also a rational, so the answer is No.

2 root 3 over 2, so square root of 3

They all have square roots. Square root of 1 is 1 Square root of 4 is 2 Square root of 9 is 3

The square root of -1 is the imaginary number i.So the square root of -4 = 2i

4 square root of -9 = 4 square root of (-1)(9) = 4 square root of (i29) = 4(3i) = 12i

the square root of -28 is the square root of -1 time the square root of 28. The square root of -1 is not a real number, it is represented by i. The square root of 28 is the square root of 4 times the square root of 7 (4*7=28) The square root 4 is equal to 2, and the square root of 7 cannot be simplified.The answer is 2iâˆš7.

It is not clear how far the scope of the square root extends: (√25)/4 = (√(5²))/4 = 5/4 = 1¼ = 1.25 √(25/4) - √(5²/4²) = (√(5²)) / (√(4²)) = 5/2 = 2½ = 2.5 I suspect you meant the latter, as in the "square root of all of 25 over 4".

1.25 or 5/4

Yes. For example, the square root of 1 is 1, and the square root of 4 is 2.

The square root of a negative real number is an imaginary number.We know square root is defined only for positive numbers.For example,1) Find the square root of (-1)It is imaginary. We say that square root of (-1) is i.In fact they are not real numbers.2) Find the square root of (-4)-4 can be written as (-1)(4)Square root of 4 is 2 and square root of (-1) is iSo, the square root of -4 is 2i.Similarly, we can find the square root of other negative numbers also.Source: www.icoachmath.comAn imaginary number is defined to handle square roots of negative numbers. The imaginary unit i is defined as the 'positive' square root of -1.

The square root of the fraction 16 over 169 is 4 over 13.

The square root of the square root is basically the exponent of 1/4- thus, sqrt(sqrt(1/4)) = 11/4/41/4 = 1/sqrt(2).Rationalizing the denominator yields sqrt(2)/2.

It is imaginary; we denote sqrt of -1 = i square root (-4) = ± 2i

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Square root of 3=1 so 1+4=5

Yes because any number that can be expressed as a fraction is a rational number and the answer in the question is 1/2 which is rational