Q: What is the square root of 4 over 9?

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

9 square root 4 minus 12 square root 4 = -6

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

Square root of (7 over 9) = 0.8819 (Square root of 7) over 9 = 0.2940 Highlights the importance of brackets, doesn't it?

4.7698

They are +/- 3/2 or +/- 1.5

4/3

The square root of 81 is 9 and the square root of 4 is 2!

1.7778

1.7778

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

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

sqrt(4) = 2 sqrt(9) = 3 Therefore, the square root of 4 plus the square root of 9 is equal to 2 + 3 = 5.

The square root of 9/16 is 3/4 which is a rational number

The square of the fraction 4/9 is a rational number, either + 2/3 or -2/3

1/3

Square root 2 is the square root of 4 3 is the square root of 9 and so on

Improved Answer:The cubed root of 4 over 9 is 0.7631428284

81

sqrt(4/81) = sqrt(4)/sqrt(81) = 2/9

sqrt(16/9) = sqrt(16) / sqrt(9) = 4/3 .That's the square root of positive 16/9. There is no square root of a negative number, unlessyou want to get into what's called "imaginary" numbers in math and engineering.If you want the square root of -(16/9), or (-16)/9, or 16/(-9), in each case it's (4/3)i .That little ' i ' is the unit imaginary number, defined as the square root of (-1).That's probably as far into it as we ought to go for right now.

Suppose that in the problem you describe, instead of a and b, we talk about actual numbers, such as 4 and 9. The square root of 4 is 2, and the square root of 9 is 3; so if we add the square root of 4 and the square root of 9, that is 2 + 3 = 5. Now, suppose we add 4 + 9 and get 13. The square root of 13 is just over 3.6, which you will note is considerably less than 5. This is because multiplication is not a linear process; as you multiply larger numbers, the total increases more rapidly than if you were merely adding numbers. A square root is the number which, multiplied by itself produces the number of which it is the square root, so it is basically connected to multiplication, not addition. Hence, you can't get the same result through addition.

Uh no. Square root of 4 is 2, 9 is 3, 16 is 4, etc.

It is i/3 where i is the imaginary number which is the square root of -1.

the square root of 9 is 3 so 1 +3 = 4