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sqrt(50 - 49) = sqrt(1) = 1

Q: What is the radical square root of 50 - 49?

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7.071 and 7.072 [ square root of 49 ] and [ square root of 51 ]

Deductive reasoning. Trial and error. The square root of 49 is 7. The square root of 50 will be a little more than that. The answer is roughly 7.071

50√10

Since 50 contains no perfect square among its factors, you can't simplify the root of 50.

√49 < √50 < √64 7 < √50 < 8 (we are talking about the principal square roots)

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7.071 and 7.072 [ square root of 49 ] and [ square root of 51 ]

Deductive reasoning. Trial and error. The square root of 49 is 7. The square root of 50 will be a little more than that. The answer is roughly 7.071

It is 49*sqrt(2).

50√10

No - a natural number is a whole number. Therefore, the square root of 49 is a natural number, but the square root of 50 is not.

(7*sqrt(2))/2 (Seven time the square root of 2, divided by two)

Since 50 contains no perfect square among its factors, you can't simplify the root of 50.

betetween 50 and 49

√49 < √50 < √64 7 < √50 < 8 (we are talking about the principal square roots)

50 = 2*25 so sqrt(50) = 5*sqrt(2)

Yes. Any number is a square root of its square! So 50 is the square root of 50*50 = 2500