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# What is the square root of the square root of the square root of pi?

## Answer

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###### June 07, 2013 5:29PM

The square root of the square root of the square root of something is called the 8th root. The 8th root of pi is approximately 1.15383506784999.

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### What is the square root of negative pi?

Answer 1:
The only answer is π^-1i
The square root of -1 is i so i times the square root of pi is
equal to the square root of negative pi
Answer 2:
More concretely, the square root of negative pi is approximately
1.772453850905i, wherein the 1.772453850905 represents an
approximation of pi, and "i", which should be a lower case cursive
"i", represents the square root of negative one.

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### Square rout of pi?

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### What is the square root of pi squared?

π (pi). If you square pi and take the square root of
that, you get pi. If you take the square root of pi and square
that, you again get pi.
The general answer to "What is the square root of x squared?",
where x is any real number, is x itself -- but depending on where
you put the implicit parentheses (whether you square first or take
the square root first) the intermediate value may be an imaginary
number.
Pi cannot be represented by an exact decimal (because it cannot
be represented by a fraction, which is what "irrational" means in
mathematics), but the beginning is
3.141592653589793238462643383279502884197. For more digits and more
info, see Wikipedia's article on "Pi" is useful.
Edit:
All true except for one minor point: The mathematical answer to
"What is the square root of x squared?" is not x itself. It is +x
OR -x. So, the square root of pi squared is + pi or
-pi
3.1415926535897932384626433