2i radical 5 * * * * * No. it is ± i*radical(25) which is ± 5i. Not sure why the answer is requireed in radical form.
The square root of 28 in simplified radical form is...2 * Square root of 7
The square root of 125 in radical form is 5 x (square root of 5).
easy, lets take radical negative 3 for example. you can take out a "i" because i = the radical negative one. There fore the answer is i radical 3.
square root of 85 is 9.2195444 but the in the simplest radical is square root of 5 times square root of 17
Square root of 165
You don't. If the negative sign is outside the radical, then you take the square root of the number and apply the negative. If the negative sign is inside the radical, you will have an imaginary number.
Technically,no. A radical equation has a radical (Square root) in it, and has two solutions because the square root can be positive or negative.
That IS the simplest radical form.
The square root of 14 is already in its simplest radical form. The number itself is roughly 3.7416573867739413
The square root of 145 is in its simplest form.
square root of 26 (no change)
2 square root 17
2 square root of 14
5 to the square root of (10)
5 (square root) 2
2 the square root of 26
The square root of 61 is 7.8.
The square root of 25 is 5
The square root of 28 or in this case the radical form of 28 will be 2 times radical 7. Since 28 is 4 times 7 and the square root of 4 is two.
You can't simplify it more in radical form
root 57 in radical form is √57 since 57 = 3 x 19 and there are no square factors.
Square root of 113 in radical form is √113
5 radical 2
2 radical 13