Q: How do you figure out how to enter a square root in a calculator in words?

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An octagon has 8 sides. You can also say "8-sided polygon".An octagon is a simple figure : it divides the plane on which it is drawn into just two regions. These regions are normally referred to as 'inside' and 'outside'.It is possible to draw a figure using 8 straight lines which divides the plane into more than two regions.Draw a pentagon. On one side of this construct a square. This figure has two insides and an outside.Draw a square. Place a point outside the square and above it. Join this point to the two nearest corners of the square. Place another point below the square. Join this point to the two nearest corners of the square. This figure has three insides and an outside.Draw a square. Draw its diagonals. From a point outside the square draw lines to the two nearest corners. This figure has five insides and an outside.There are many more possibilities, which are easy to draw but increasingly difficult to describe in words. Almost all the non-simple figures do not have a name.

there are approximatly 9 numbers, and one word that says THIS IS A DUMB QUESTION

To write ''hello'' punch in 0 point 1134 then flip it upside down

three hundred fifty million

Sixty-six and five tenths square meters.

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Calculate the square root of 512 on any calculator, then multiply the result by 3.Note: If you actually mean the third root, this is NOT called the square root. You can calculate this in Excel with the formula: =512^(1/3) In other words, raise 512 to the power 1/3.

to find the square root of a number you can use the guess and check method which is kind of complicated to explain with just words but i will answer soon and try searching for "How to do the Guess and Check Method" on Google.com or Bing.com by Microsoft or Ask.com To find the square root of a number with a calculator you hit the weird division thingy... after the number/ before the number depending on type of calculator.

There are about 250 words per page, so divide it out with your calculator.

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The words that come before and after the words you're trying to figure out

Calculate, Compute, Calculus, Calculator.

An octagon has 8 sides. You can also say "8-sided polygon".An octagon is a simple figure : it divides the plane on which it is drawn into just two regions. These regions are normally referred to as 'inside' and 'outside'.It is possible to draw a figure using 8 straight lines which divides the plane into more than two regions.Draw a pentagon. On one side of this construct a square. This figure has two insides and an outside.Draw a square. Place a point outside the square and above it. Join this point to the two nearest corners of the square. Place another point below the square. Join this point to the two nearest corners of the square. This figure has three insides and an outside.Draw a square. Draw its diagonals. From a point outside the square draw lines to the two nearest corners. This figure has five insides and an outside.There are many more possibilities, which are easy to draw but increasingly difficult to describe in words. Almost all the non-simple figures do not have a name.

Words that can be made with the letters in 'square' are:aarearesasearearseraerasrueruesruseseasearsuesureureaususeuser

Some words that can be used before singular count nouns are:articles: the calculator; a calculatoradjectives: a new calculator, a broken calculatoranother noun: an aluminum calculator; John's calculatorpronoun, possessive adjective: my calculator, your calculator