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Q: Square root of 18 in radical form?

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The SQRT(18) in radical form is 3*SQRT(2), where SQRT represents the radical symbol.

3*SQRT(2)

3 times the square root of 2

The diagonal of an 18 inch square is about 25.46 inches. (18 times the square root of 2).

18 ft Diagonal of a square is the square root of 2, times the side.

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The SQRT(18) in radical form is 3*SQRT(2), where SQRT represents the radical symbol.

Square root of 324 is 18 or 3 times the square root of 2

3*SQRT(2)

3*SQRT(2)

3 times the sqrt 2

The square root of negative 18 is an imaginary number.The square root of positive 18 is [ 3 sqrt(2) ].If the 18 is negative, then scientists and engineers indicate its square root as 3i sqrt(2) . The little ' i ' indicates the square root of negative one.

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The simplest form of the square root of 337 is: ± 18 (± 18.35756).

(7*sqrt(2))/2 (Seven time the square root of 2, divided by two)

3√2 is already in it's simplest form, but if you want to express it as a single radical, it would be: 3√2 = √(32)√2 = √(32 * 2) = √(9 * 2) = √18

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