That stump had a big fat square root and had to be dug out.
-27 does not have a square root. The mathematical expression for the square root of-1 is i.
The mathematical term 'perfect square' means that a number, which has a rational number as its square root. 25 is a perfect square, because its square root is 5, a rational number.
Square root is a mathematical function whose argument needs to be a mathematical quantity or expression. Since helium is neither a mathematical quantity nor an expression, the question makes no sense.
square root(minus 9) = 3 ior in correct mathematical notation it is (+,-)i_square root(9)
a prime square
An irrational number such as the square root of 2
A cross route is a road or journey plan. A square root is a mathematical number!
Yes, but they are imaginary - but are needed in many mathematical calculations. The square root of negative 1 is indicated as the letter "i".
13, is not the square root of 156, but the best i can give you is that 13 is the square root of 169 and 14 is the square root of 196.
Unfortunately, no. If there were, it would make our mathematical lives easier.