Q: What are the 2 square roots of 18?

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The two square roots are +70 and -70 .

+6 and -6 are the square roots of 36.

You're going to want to multiply the square root of 2 by itself to get rid of it. Then you're left with x times 2 equals 18. a = 9√2

They are 9.433981 and -9.433981

+12 and -12

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To add simplified square roots, first simplify each individual square root expression. Then, if the numbers inside the square roots are the same, add or subtract the numbers outside the square roots. Finally, combine the numbers inside the square roots if possible. For example, to add √8 and √18, simplify them individually as 2√2 and 3√2. Since the numbers inside the square roots are the same, add 2 and 3 to get 5√2 as the final result.

The square roots of 4 are -2 and 2.

square inches do not have square roots only number have square roots.

The two square roots are +70 and -70 .

+6 and -6 are the square roots of 36.

You're going to want to multiply the square root of 2 by itself to get rid of it. Then you're left with x times 2 equals 18. a = 9√2

The two square roots of 4 are 2 and -2. Both {2,-2} when squared, equal positive 4.

No. The square roots of 2, 3 and 5, for a start, are not rational.

It is sqrt(2/3)

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