Q: What are the two square roots of 900?

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√0.0256 = ± 0.16 The two square roots are 0.16 and -0.16.

256 has two square roots: 16 and -16.

The two square roots of the number, '169', are +13 and -13 .

The two square roots are -22 and +22.

There is no number that has more than two square roots.By definition, the "square" bit implies two.Every number has exactly:TWO square roots,THREE cube roots,FOUR quadratic roots,etc.

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√0.0256 = ± 0.16 The two square roots are 0.16 and -0.16.

The two square roots of the number, '169', are +13 and -13 .

The square roots of 196 are 14 and -14.

256 has two square roots: 16 and -16.

Both 9 and -9 are square roots of 81

The two square roots are +70 and -70 .

The two square roots of 18 are: 4.242641 and -4.242641

0.64 has square roots {0.8, -0.8}.

The two square roots are -22 and +22.

There is no number that has more than two square roots.By definition, the "square" bit implies two.Every number has exactly:TWO square roots,THREE cube roots,FOUR quadratic roots,etc.

900 has 2 square roots, one positive and one negative (but equal if we ignore the + and - signs). Now, since 900 = 9 x 100 = 3 x 3 x 10 x 10 the square roots of 900 are +(3 x 10) and -(3 x 10) That gives us +30 and - 30

Yes, a positive square root and a negative one. For example, the two square roots of 9 are +3 and -3.