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Q: What is the square root of 162 in radical form?

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9 square root 2

The length of the diagonal is found using the Pythagorean theoremIt is the square root of (162 +122 )=the square root of 400=20Note, if you know about 3,4,5 triangles, then you could multiple each number by 4 and have a12,16,20 triangle. The rectangle in question if made of two of those.

162 square feet. Multiply length by width - the result is the area in square feet.

Area = pi*162 = 804.248 square cm rounded to 3 decimal places

The hypotenuse of 21 does not yield an integral value for the second leg. The legs are 16 and the square root of 185, which is about 13.6 The area of the triangle is 1/2 (16 x 13.6) = about 108.8 212 = 162 + x2 x2 = 185 x = 13.6

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9 square root 2

It is 9*sqrt(2).

It is 9 times square root of 2

sqrt(162) = sqrt(81*2) = sqrt(81)*sqrt(2) = 9*sqrt(2).

12 and 13

2.83 to the nearest hundredth.

√(16x16) = √(162), and since the square and square root cancel, the square root of 16x16 is 16.

162... why didnt you use a calculator? its a perfect square.

12.72792206 (to eight decimal places)

multiply 162 and 8 and then take the square root. 36

Write 162 as a product of its prime factors.Replace any prime which is raised to an even power to a prime raised to half that power and place is before the radical sign.Multiply all the remaining factors and put the answer under the radical sign.So, 162 = 2*3^4=3^2 * sqrt(2) or 9*sqrt(2)

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