π (pi). If you square pi and take the square root of that, you get pi. If you take the square root of pi and square that, you again get pi.
The general answer to "What is the square root of x squared?", where x is any real number, is x itself -- but depending on where you put the implicit parentheses (whether you square first or take the square root first) the intermediate value may be an imaginary number.
Pi cannot be represented by an exact decimal (because it cannot be represented by a fraction, which is what "irrational" means in mathematics), but the beginning is 3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197. For more digits and more info, see Wikipedia's article on "Pi" is useful.
All true except for one minor point: The mathematical answer to "What is the square root of x squared?" is not x itself. It is +x OR -x. So, the square root of pi squared is + pi or -pi
The square root of pi times pi is simply pi. Because pi*pi=pi squared, the squared and the square root will cancel each other, leaving just pi.
Square root of Pi is about 1.772
square root of x/pi
The same as the 8th decimal place of Pi itself.
Square root of Pi= 1.772454
radius = square root of (200.96/pi).
Because if you approximate pi, you get pi = 3.1415926535897932384626433832795...Square root of 3.1415926535897932384626433832795... is 1.7724538509055160272981674833411...... which is the square root of pi.Hope that helps.
It is : 3.14159265359, pi.
area = pi * radius2 > So, radius = square root (area / pi) = 6.2061
Divide the 81 pi by pi, then square root it. (Use the formula for area of circle, which gives 81pi=pi*radius squared, but rearrange to find the radius). i.e. it's the square root of 81
Pi = 3.14159. The square root of pi = 1.7724531...
The square root of the square root of the square root of something is called the 8th root. The 8th root of pi is approximately 1.15383506784999.
area equals pi r squared therefor r squared equals area over pi. Now find square root of r squared and you have "R" (radius) = 2.821
Area = pi * (radius^2) Where (radius^2) is radius squared, or radius to the second power. do some algebraic steps: Area / pi = radius^2 radius^2 = Area / pi square root (radius^2) = square root (Area / pi) radius = (plus or minus) square root (Area / pi) If you are not working with imaginary numbers then radius = square root (Area / pi)
The smallest perimeter for any area is achieved with a circle. The area formula for a circle is A = pi * radius squared. Where pi is a constant equal to about 3.14. In this case, 60 = pi * radius squared, then radius = square root (60 / pi) A circle's perimeter is called the circumference: C = 2 * r * pi So, C = 2 * square root (60 / pi) * pi It is approximately 27.5 meters
The area is equal to pi times the radius squared, so dividing both sides by pi and taking the square root of both sides, we get that the radius is equal to the square root of 225/pi, or about 8.463.
divide the square feet by pi that gives you the radius squared find the square root and get the radius
You use the formula A=(pi)r^2 solve for r which will give you the square root of A/pi. In your case the area has pi already in it so it is just 2 times the square root of 8.
area= Pi x r-squared (25) divided by 3.14 = (3.14 x r-squared) divided by 3.14 (7.96) find the square root = (r-squared) find the square root 1.4 = radius
The square root of 324 is 18. Do you mean the square root? Or do you mean the root of 324, squared? If you do, and by "root" you mean "square root", then 324.
Pi minus 2, Square root of 3, fourth root of 8, Natural Log of 7, e (base of natural logs), pi squared,.... There are an infinite number of them.
The square root of A2 is... A !
area = 225 pi = pi R squared/4 R = square root 900 = 30 in
The square root of 28 minus the squared root of 7 =±2.64575131