As 3844 ends in 4, its square root (if a whole number) will end in 2 or 8.
√3844 = 62 so the unit digit is 2.
The square root of negative forty-nine (-49) has no value over real numbers. However, over complex numbers, the square root of -49 is ±7i, where "i" is the imaginary unit, which i2 = -1.
the unit digit is 4
Any digit in the tens or higher place has no influence on the answer. So it is the unit digit of 4*9*3*6 = unit digit of 6*3*6 = unit digit of 8*6 = 8
It is the unit's digit of the product of the unit's digits. For example, the units digit of 123456 * 4689 is simply the units digit of 6*9 = 54, which is 4.
the unit digit is the last digit from left or ones digit
The unit digit of the square of 81 will be 1.
The square root of 1600 is 40, therefore the square root of -1600 is 40i, where "i" is the imaginary unit.
The square root of -64 is 8i. ' i ' is the unit imaginary number, equal to the square root of -1, or 1 at an angle of pi/2.
That's the same as the square root of 729, multiplied by i - where "i" is the so-called "imaginary unit".
Yes because the unit digit is 2
It is the square of an integer: that is what a perfect square is.
A number can be a square number if its first digit is 0, 1, 4, 5, 6 or 9.
the square root 0f 64 8
To get the square root of 8, you have to multiply the root of 2 and the root of 4. The root of 4 then simplifies to 2, so the square root of 8 equals 2 times the square root of 2.
Yes, a negative sign has a square root.This is done through using the imaginary unit defined as: i = .for example the square root of -36 is square root of (-1) multiplied by square root of 36. Accordingly it equals 6i
The square root of -3 is i times the square root of 3 (where "i" is the imaginary unit). To take the square root of an expression such as n9, you can halve the exponent and write it either as n4.5 or (square root of n) times n4. Finally, you have to multiply all the parts together for the final result.