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Q: How do you find the square root of a fraction with variables?

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Only if the square root of the numerator and the square root of the denominator are both rational numbers.

Not always

Its 4, it ain't a fraction.

its false apex :)

If you mean the square root of 196/225 then it is 14/15 which is a rational number because it can be expressed as a fraction.

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Find the square root to the thousandth place (3rd decimal digit) and round it to 2 decimal places to give the square root in hundredths. If you want a fraction, convert the decimal hundredths to a fraction by putting them over 100 and simplifying.

The square root of 15 as a fraction is 3 113/129.

The square root of 126 is ± 11.224972.± 11.224972 expressed as a fraction is: ±2806243/250000

The square root of a fraction is(square root of the numerator) divided by (square root of the denominator).sqrt(625) = 25sqrt(36) = 6sqrt( 625/36 ) = 25/6 = 41/6

It is another fraction, as well as its negative value.

Simply put, the square root of seven is irrational and cannot be in fraction form.

In most cases you cannot since the square root is an irrational number, unlike a fraction which is rational.

The square root of the fraction 16 over 169 is 4 over 13.

The square root of 49 is 7 which is a whole number but it can be expressed as 7/1 which is an improper fraction.

Only if the square root of the numerator and the square root of the denominator are both rational numbers.

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