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2010-03-08 14:48:12
2010-03-08 14:48:12

Five squared is 25.

Six squared is 36.

? squared is 29. (It's between 5 and 6.)

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The square root of 261 can be written as the square root of (9x29). Now the product rule for square roots tells us this is the same as square root of 9 multiplied by the square root of 29. This is 3xsquare root of 29. The square root of 29 can only be approximated.One approximation to square root of 261 is 16.1555.


figure out what the square number might be


2 times the square root of 29 2√29


5.385 is the square root of 29. No consecutive numbers.


29 squared is 841. The square root of it is 5.385165


The square root of 29 is approximately equal to 5.38516581.


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The square root of 841 is 29




no it is simply the sqrt (29)


Its square root is an irrational number


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The square roots are +/- 29.


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to find the root-sum square of n numbers you square each number, add them, then take square root of sum For exanple root sum square of 2,3, and 4 is square root of (4+9+16) = sqrt(29) = 5.39


Square root of x = 29 can be rearranged by squaring both sides of the equation. That would leave you with: x = 29^2 (or 29 squared) So, work out what 29 squared is and that's what x is equal to.



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