# How do you make under root 17 on number line?

Go to the number 4 on the number line. Draw a vertical line at this point: going up at 90 degrees to the number line. Measure 1 unit [ = the distance from 0 to 1] on this line and mark it as Y.

Take a compass and put the point at 0. Take the pencil to the point Y and draw an arc to intersect the number lie at the point X. Then X is the required point, at sqrt(17).

### How do you represent square root of 7 on the number line?

Hope that you have understood how to represent root 5 on the number line. For reference go figure given below the first video in this lesion. Now, draw CB ⊥ AB and CB = 1 unit (as shown in first video). Now, join OC. The length of OC is root 6. At C, DC ⊥ AB. Join OD. Taking O as centre and OD as radius draw an arc that intersects the number line Q…

### How do you place the square root of 5 in a number line?

At the number 2, draw a vertical line (perpendicular to the number line) and mark a distance of 1 unit on this line. Call this point X The distance from 0 to X is sqrt(5). Put a compass with its point at 0 and the pencil at X, and then draw an arc to cut the number line. That will be sqrt(5) on the number line.

### Are irrational numbers cannot be represented on a number line?

Irrational numbers can be represented on a number line. For example, to graph the square root of two, draw a line of 1 unit (1 unit = the distance between the points of two whole numbers) from -1 which is perpendicular to the number line. Then, using a compass, place the pointy end on 0, the pencil tip on the end of the drawn line that is not touching the number line and drawing an…

### What is the square root of a triangle?

A square root is a numerical function. The square root of a non-negative real number is a real number which, when multiplied by itself, produced the given the number. So, for example, given the number 9, its square roots are -3 and +3 since (-3)*(-3) = 9 and also, (+3)*(+3) = 9. Actually, negative numbers also have square roots but, judging by this question, you have not yet advanced to that level of mathematics. Meanwhile…

### What is the little 3 in maths called?

It can be an exponent (if you find it after your number) or a root (if you find it in the bend of the square root sign. In the square root sign that goes over a number, if there is nothing in the bend (or the "V") of the sign, then the sign indicates the square root of the number under the "roof" of the sign. If there IS a number in the "V", for…