The square root of 1/4 is: 0.5
One fourth of four = 1. Square root of 1 = 1.
Five and one fourth is greater than the square root of 26.
The square root is 6, so the fourth root is the square root of 6, or about 2.45. ■
The fourth root of 36 = ± 2.44949
It is +1
It is called the fourth root, and is denoted x1/4 or x0.25 (as opposed to x1/2 and x0.5 for square roots). It can also be denoted 4√x. A square root of a square root is the fourth root of a number.
Square root of 48 equals the square root of 16 times 3; square root of 16 is 4. so one forth times 4(sq root 3) equals the sq root of 3.
Yes. Irrational numbers are found by getting the square root of a negative number.
the 4th root of 49 is the square root of the square root of 49 since square root 49 =7 then simplify is square root of 7
The square of a number would be the fourth power of the square root of the number.
Take the square root of the square root of the number (that is the fourth root of the number), for example: √√16 = √(√16) = √4 = 2 24 = 16 ⇒ 2 is the fourth root of 16.
Fourth root of pi, or 3.141592654 0.25 = 1.33133
square root 22
4th root is same as square root of square root: sqrt(256) = 16, and sqrt(16) = 4
That would be the fourth root or the number raised to the power of (1/4).
the square root of x*x is x if there is a 3 then a square root it is acutally cube root. the cube root of x*x*x is x if there is a 4 then a check symbol then that is fourth root. the fourth root of x*x*x*x is x. the square root of 16 is 4(4*4=16). the fourth root of 16 is 2(2*2*2*2=16).
4th root of a number is the square root of the square root of the number sqrt (1296) = 36 sqrt (36) = 6 answer: 6
The fourth square root is the 16th root of a number. On a computer, to find the 16th root of a number, say 5.6, enter 5.6^(1/16). If the number you start with is positive, you will have 2 real roots (one positive and one negative) and 14 complex roots. If it is negative, you will have 16 complex roots.
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.
The answer is 16.If this number has the square root of 4 and the fourth root of 2 then this means that it is equal to 42 (4 * 4) and 24 (2 * 2 * 2 * 2).42 = 24 = 16.
It is 8y^2.