Q: Who invented a square root spiral in maths?

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square root spiral was invented by theorodus

The square root spiral, as such, does not exist in the natural world.

a square root spiral is a spiral formed by many right angled triangles, where, the hypotenuse of each triangle is the square root of a number.the first triangle is always an isoseles triangle, with its hypotenuse equal to square root of 2.

a square root spiral is a spiral formed by many right angled triangles, where, the hypotenuse of each triangle is the square root of a number.the first triangle is always an isoseles triangle, with its hypotenuse equal to square root of 2.

the square root of a number is the number that is multiplied by itself to get that number, for example the square root of 9 is 3

It means square root

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It means the square root. like the diving table over a number but with a tick means the square root of this number

A square root is an answer to the question: Which number must be squared (multiplied by itself) to get a specified number. For example, if you ask for the square root of 100, the answer is 10, because 10x10 = 100.

Yes - you use symbols like + - / * for basic maths, as well as those for square root etc

It wasn't invented, it just was!

The square root is the number which, multiplied by itself, gives the number you are square rooting.For example,The square root of 36 is 6, because 6 * 6 = 36.* * * * *Note, though, that (-6)*(-6) is also + 36 so -6 is also a square root of 36

It was invented because it is an easier way to solve math problems. The square root is like the inverse process of squaring or raising to the power of two.

Leonard Euler invented the square root sign he was the 18th century Swiss mathmatician

Leonhard Euler, an 18th Century mathematician, invented it. But the square root was used before him by the Greeks.

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first of all the square root of any negative number is technically impossible, but in certain maths it can be accepted in terms of imaginary number, i. so to answer your question it is about 2.236067977i

it was Leonhard Euler, the 18th century Swiss mathematician, who invented the square root sign. However, the concept of square roots was known to the Greeks long before that around the time when Archimedes lived.

Choose a number, any number, then the singlenumber which when multiplied by itself give your chosen number is the "square root" of your chosen number.eg Chosen number = 164*4 = 16 so the Square root of 16 is 4.

A surd is an irrational number that can't be expressed as a fraction as for example the square root of 2

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.

The earliest documentation of who invented the square root was the Rhind Mathematical Papyrus which shows how the Egyptians extracted square roots around 1650 BC.

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.

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