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1. what is a squareroot thanks
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3. (Original post by xf4f4)
what is a squareroot thanks
Not sure if trolling but i'll explain anyway... when you take a square root of a number you get two equal numbers which multiply together to get you your original number. ie Sqrt(4) == 2
4. When you find a square root of a number, you are basically finding out what number you have to square, to get your original number.
An example would be √4 = 2
Because 22 = 4
When you find a square root of a number, you are basically finding out what number you have to square, to get your original number.
An example would be √4 = 2
Because 22 = 4
yes
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