square root -5 minus 14 or - square root -5 minus 14
A negative number that is not an integer, of course. Examples are minus 1.5, minus pi, minus square root of 2, etc.
I, the square root of -1
The answer is 4 squared minus 2 squared as 4 squared is 16 minus 2 squared, which is 4, gives you 12 as an answer.
Find the positive square root and put a minus sign in front of it.
They are 25 minus 16 = 9
X2+5x-6. a=1, b=5, and c=-6 The formula is: -b plus or minus the square root of b squared minus 4ac all over 2a. -b+square root of b2-4ac ---- 2a -5 plus or minus the square root of 5 squared minus 4(1)(-6) -5 plus or minus the square root of 25-4(-6) -5 plus or minus the square root of 25+24 -5 plus or minus the square root of 49 -5 plus or minus 7 Here is where you split into two different answers: Number 1: -5 plus 7= 2 Number 2: -5 minus 7= -12 Your answer is X=2, -12
a square minus b square
Let the number be x Then its square is x^2 3 less than the square of a number is x^2-3 (or x square minus three)
The square root of minus 8 is equal to the square root of 8 times the square root of minus 1, or 2.8284i.
Rounded to two decimal places, sqrt(-2272) = 47.67 i. i is an imaginary number equal to the square root of minus one, and thus 47.67 i is equal to 47.67 times the square root of minus 1.
[ 2 minus square root of 5 ] is the only one.
Minus square root of 2, minus square root of 3, minus pi, minus e, etc. Or, to be a bit more fancy, 1 - pi, 2 - pi, 3 - pi, pi - 4, pi - 5, 2 - e, e - 3, square root of 2 minus 2, etc.
No, nor is it a real number. The square root of minus 54 is equal to the square root of plus 45, times i.
there is no real square root of a minus number (think about it, minus x minus = plus, plus x plus=plus, and you can't have a minus x plus if it's a square root). However, there is an imaginary root which is "1/2i", where "i" represents the square root of -1. This number doesn't actually "exist" as such, it is just a theory which makes doing maths easier. However if you're not familiar with the concept of "i", you're probably not meant to end up with a minus square root (anything below A level further maths you don't usually need "i") . Check your calculations again.
If you mean 36 minus 25 then the square root of 11 is an irrational number
Negative square root is -√Square root of negative one is i.
plus or minus. You see it often with square roots. The square root of 9 is plus or minus 3.
If this is supposed to be a riddle, it's not a very good one. The square root of the number whose square root is two is, obviously, two.
If that is a hyphen the answer is 80. if it is a minus sign the answer is 80i where i is the square root of minus 1
Like every other number 1600 has only two square roots, plus and minus 40.