X + y
(x squared plus the square root of 2) times (x squared minus the square root of 2).
square root of (x2 + 1) = no simplification (square root of x2) + 1 = x + 1
x2 + 4 = 0 then get the x on one side. x2 = -4 then find the square root of both which would cancel the square on the x. therefore the answer is: x = the square root of -4 = i squared root 4, which is a complex number ( imaginary number) since you cannot find the square root of oa negative number
x = the square root of -2
simplify the square foor of 49 times x to the third time y to the sixth times the absolute value of z squared
Any square root squared is the number inside the ()
X= plus or minus 1
Either x or -x is the difference between the square root of x and squared.
It's the square root of the sum 18 feet squared plus 18 feet squared. 18 feet squared is 324 square feet. 2 x 324 square feet = 648 square feet. The square root of 648 square feet is about 25.46 feet.
Answer: The difference between the square root of x and squared is either x or -x. Answer: The square root is the inverse function of the square function. That means that it's basically the opposite. Asking for the square root of "x" is like asking "what number must I square to get 'x'".
The square root of x squared is x, or x to the first power.
16. The value of the square root of x (any number you choose) squared will always be x.
(x + (1 - 2i))(x + (1 + 2i)) where i is the imaginary square root of -1
That doesn't factor neatly. Applying the quadratic equation, we find two imaginary solutions: (-1 plus or minus the square root of -3) divided by 2.x = -0.5 + 0.8660254037844386ix = -0.5 - 0.8660254037844386iwhere i is the square root of negative one.
sqrt(x3 + x2) = x*sqrt(x+1) and that cannot be simplified further.
The square root of 4x^2 is solved by first doing the square root of 4. This is plus or minus two - because -2 x -2=4. The square root of x^2 is x. So the answers are 2x or -2x. If your question was (4x)^2, then the answer would be 4x.
square root of 4x is 2 times square root of x, so answer is square root of x times 3 since it is 2 square roots of x plus one of them
That can be true when "x" and "y" are both zero, or both 1.
The polynomial is not factorable with rational numbers. If you want to use irrational numbers it would be x minus the square root of 2 times x plus the square root of 2.
You are describing a circle, with its center at the origin and a radius of 4 (the square root of 16)
It seems to be 25. Call your number "x". x = 5 square root of (5 square root of (5 ...) Square it; this will eliminate the outermost square root sign: x squared = 25 times 5 square root of (5 square root of (... Dividing the second equation by the first one, you get: x squared / x = 25 x / x x = 25