To two decimal places, the square roots of 29 are 5.39 and -5.39. Multiplying either of these roots by itself equals 29, therefore satisfying the definition of a square root. More »

The square root of 46 is 6.78. The square root of a number can be expressed by the formula x times x equals y, where y is the square of x. Plugging in 46 to this formula results in 6.78 times 6.78 equals 46. More »

The square root of 185 is 13.60. Although a square root function can sometimes be simplified by factoring out the square root of a whole number, 185 does not have any factors that are squares of whole numbers and cannot ... More »

The principal square root of 160 is 12.65 to two decimal places. The other square root of 160 is minus 12.65 to two decimal places. All real numbers have two square roots, one of which is the negative of the other. More »

Rounded to two decimal places, the square root of 34 is 5.83. It is not possible to simplify the radical ?34 because the number 34 does not have any perfect square factors. More »

The principal (positive) square root of 54 is 7.35 to two decimal places. There is also a negative square root, which is -7.35 to two decimal places. More »

The numerical value of the square root of 11 is approximately 3.317, although the exact number has many more decimal places. Because 11 is a prime number, the square root of 11 cannot be written in a simplified form by f... More »