Q: What is the square root of 9 plus 16?

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sqrt(16 + 9) = sqrt(25) = 5

41

(sqrt(9) - sqrt(12) + sqrt(16)) x sqrt(2) = -2 sqrt(6) + 7 sqrt(2)

1.7778

1.7778

The geometric mean of 9 and 16 = square root of (9 x 16) = square root of 144 = 12.

The answer is 0.

A square root has to be a number multiplied by itslef. For example the square root of 16 is 4,4x4=16. 3x3=9 thats your answer.

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

3+14 = 17

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.

The square root of 9 is 3, therefore 3 + 7 = 10

Plus or minus 3i.

Square root(40) = 6.3 6.3 + 9 = 15.3 Unless you mean it this way (square root of 49): Square root(49) = 7.0

sqrt(16) + 9 =Â± 4 + 9 = -4 +9 or +4 +9 that is 5 or 13sqrt(16+9) = sqrt(25) =Â±5

square root of 81 is 9...and plus 32 is 41.so the answer is 41

Square root of (1296) =Square root of (16 x 81)=SQ. root of (16) x Sq. root of (81) =4 x 9 =36

99982/3

9

1 plus (6 divided by ((square root of 9) plus (square root of 9))) or 9/(9-6)-1=2

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

√-48 + 35 + √ 25 + √-27 = √[(i2)(16)(3)] + 35 + 5 + √[(i2)(9)(3)] = 4i√3 + 38 + 9i√3 = 38 + (13√3)i

True.

To find the square root of a number you multiply that number by it self twice.(example) the square root of 9 ? the square root of nine is 81 as 9X9=81. square root of 4 ? th square root of is 16 as 4X4=16.

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