Q: Square root of 2 in decimals?

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the square root of 2 is (an irrational number): 1.41421356....

sqrt(32) = 4sqrt(2) The square root of '2' is irrational, so the square root of '32' is irrational.

Yes. For example, the square root of 1 is 1, and the square root of 4 is 2.

The square root of 144 (12*12) and the square root of 169 (13*13).

Square root of 25 = 251/2 = 5, which is an integer. So the square root of 25 is integer.

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The square root of 50 is 7.0711 (correct to four places of decimals), and twice it is 14.1421

sqrt(8) = sqrt(4) * sqrt(2) = 2 * sqrt(2) = 2 * 1,4142 2,8284(..) To calculate the square root of 2 I needed a calculator. This number is irrational (you can prove that) which means there is no repeating part in the decimals of the square root of 2, and not in the square root of 8 either.

6.3245553 (rounded)

ROunded to four significant places of decimals, the square root of 226 is 15.0333

The square root of 2.2 is 1.483239697419133. You can round it to however many places of decimals you require.

9.486832981

Write both numbers as decimal numbers, then look for terminating decimals between the two.

Not "number", but "numbers" - there are infinitely many. For a start, get a decimal approximation (on your calculator) for the square root of 2 and 3, then get some terminating decimals that are between those.

405 is exactly 9 times the square root of five . The square root of 5 is irrational and can only be approximated with decimals.

Approximate: 1.414213562 . Real answer: 2 because 2 is not a perfect square and cannot be factored down anymore ( such as 3squarerootsof5) It is true that 2 is not a perfect square, but that does not mean that the square root of 2 is 2. Think for a moment; if 22 = 2, then 24 = 2 as well ! We all know that 2 x 2 = 4, and therefore the square root of 4 is two. How can root 2 and root 4 be the same number ? The solid but simple conclusion from 2 not being a perfect square is that root 2 is irrational. We can approximate the root to as many places of decimals as we like, but never end up with a perfect answer.

Square root of 10. If you need decimals, use the calculator to calculate the square root of 10.

there is no possible way to find the square root of 3 no matter how far you go down on decimals