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Q: What is the square root of 2 to the power of 10?

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Answer: 4×4×4×4×4×4×4×4×4×4 =1048576 Answer: There is no "4 square root of 10". There is a square root (which number must I square - i.e., raise to the power 2 - to get 10?) and there is a 4th. root (which number must I raise to the 4th. power to get 10?).

The square of any square root is equal to the number itself. For example, the square of the square root of 2 squared is equal to 2. The square root of 10 squared is equal to 10.Similarly, the square of the square root of 2 is equal to 2.

Two to the power 8 (28) is 256 The square root of 256 is 16. When you take the square root of a number raised to a power y, divide that power by 2 (y/2) and that gives the square root. So the square root of 28 = 28/2 = 24 = 16

16 to the power (1/2) is the same as the square root of 16 - that is, 4.16 to the power (1/2) is the same as the square root of 16 - that is, 4.16 to the power (1/2) is the same as the square root of 16 - that is, 4.16 to the power (1/2) is the same as the square root of 16 - that is, 4.

10 root 2 ie 14.14

12... 12 to the power 2 is 144. the square root of 144 is 12

The square root of 2 raised to the fifth power equals 5.65685424949

8√10 + 2√10 = 10√10, which is the same as √1000.

sqrt(2)*sqrt(10) = 4.47 approx.

You can take out the perfect square 4: root(40) = root(4 x 10) = root(4) x root(10) = 2 root(10).

10 times square root of 2 The square root of 200 is sq. root of 100 times 2, then the sq. root of 100 is 10 and remains the sq. root of 2. check the answer: square root of 2 is 1.41, 10 times 1.41 is 14.1 196 is closed enough to 200 and the square root of 196 is 14.

The square root of 2 is 4 and the square root of 10 is 100 so 100*4=400+4=404 The above answer is totally wrong. sqrt(2)*sqrt(10) + sqrt(2) = sqrt(20) + sqrt(2) = 5.8863

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