Since a squared plus b squared equals c squared, that is the same as c equals the square root of a squared plus b squared. This can be taken into squaring and square roots to infinity and still equal c, as long as there is the same number of squaring and square roots in the problem. Since this question asks for a and b squared three times, and also three square roots of a and b both, they equal c. Basically, they cancel each other out.
x = the square root of -2
'A' squared plus 'B' squared equals 'C' squared. If 'A' and 'B' are the legs of the right angle comprising the sides of the box, 30 inches squared (900) plus 30 inches squared (900) equals 1800. The square root of 1800 is 42.426408711929.
C equals the square root of 1000 or 31.622776601683793319988935444327...
a squared plus b squared equals c squared (1712X1712) + (585X585)= what the square root of "what" is the answer you are looking for
X + y
You are describing a circle, with its center at the origin and a radius of 4 (the square root of 16)
Square root of s, or negative square root of s.
a2 + 62 = 122 a2 + 62 - 62 = 122 - 62 a2 = 144 - 36 a2 = 108 taking the square root of each side, we get a equal plus or minus the square root of 108, or plus or minus 6 times the square root of 3.
It's the square root of a2+b2. It cannot be simplified. It is NOT a+b. The answer is c square.
The square root of 156.
The square root of 149 (7 squared plus 10 squared equals 149).
still 1The square root of 1 is plus or minus 1. √1 = ± 1 The reason is that 12 = 1 and -12 = 1. (Either 1 squared or minus 1 squared equals one.)
The number than when squared equals 110 is the square root of 110 = ±10.488 (3dp)
(x squared plus the square root of 2) times (x squared minus the square root of 2).
3 squared equals 9. 4 squared equals 16. So the square root of 10 must be between 3 and 4.
b = sqrt32 or 4 root 2
This question cannot be answered. You will have to give me the number to the square root. * * * * * a = ±sqrt(c^2 - b^2)
The surface area is length times width plus length. Then you find the square root of the width divided by two and then squared. You add this to the height squared plus the width. The width is multiplied by the square root of 1/2 squared plus the height squared.
The pythagorean theorem states that in a right triangle, the hypotenuse ( the line opposite of the right angle) squared is the two sides squared and added up. In other words. a squared plus b squared equals c squared. C squared is the hypotenuse squared. then, you can find the length of C by finding the square root of C. Ex. right triangle has 2 sides with lengths. 4 and 5. the missing length is c. 4 squared plus 5 squared equals 16 plus 25 which is 41. square root of 41 is 6.4. That is the length of c. sorry if it's a little confusing.
y equals x plus 4 when y equals 0 then x equals 2i i is the square root of negative 1
i is an imaginary number which equals the square root of -1. i squared is simply -1.
The number that when squared = 76 is the square root of 76 which is ± 8.7178 (4dp).
2 squared equals 4 - wherever it is found!
The diameter of a rectangular area is the square root of the length squared plus the width squared. D = √(L²+W²).