Q: What is the root of 48?

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Cube root 48: ~3.634241Cube root 320: ~6.839904

√(48' x 48') = √(48')2 = 48'

The square root of 48 is not an integer which means a whole number.

The square root of 48 can be written as 48 with a square root sign over it, 48 to the 1/2 power, a decimal equivalent (6.92...), or simplified as 4 square-roots of 3.

% = the square root of Do you mean: %18 x 2 x %75 =%48? If so, then no, that's wrong.

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Cube root 48: ~3.634241Cube root 320: ~6.839904

square root of (48) ∙ square root of (48)

The square root of 48 is a rational or irrational

√(48' x 48') = √(48')2 = 48'

The square root of 48 is not an integer which means a whole number.

48 is not a square number, so the square root of 48 is irrational and can not be represented as a whole number.

The square root of 48 can be written as 48 with a square root sign over it, 48 to the 1/2 power, a decimal equivalent (6.92...), or simplified as 4 square-roots of 3.

The square root of 48 in radical form is 4√3.

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The square root of 48 is an irrational number because it can't be expressed as a fraction.

% = the square root of Do you mean: %18 x 2 x %75 =%48? If so, then no, that's wrong.

48=16*3 (where * means multiplied by). So in my way of thinking the radical of 48 is the square root of 48 = 4*sqrt(3)