The square root of 2 is approximately 1.41. Like all square roots of nonperfect square numbers, the square root of 2 is an irrational number, so the decimal never ends and never falls into a repeating pattern. More »

The square root of 12 is 3.46, rounded to two decimal places. The square root is written as 2 times the square root of 3, in its simplest form. The function may be performed on most calculators by hitting the square root... More »

The product of 2 and 4 square root of 2 is 11.313708499, or 11.31 if rounded to nearest hundredths. The key to solving this problem is to know the correct order of operations, "PEMDAS" for parentheses, exponents, multipl... More »

The square root of 72 is approximately 8.49 when rounded to the nearest hundredth. Since it is not a perfect square, it can most easily be solved by using a scientific calculator. If this option is unavailable, there are... More »

Simplify a cube root expression by factoring out the cube of a whole number if one is present. Continue factoring until the expression no longer contains the cube of a whole number, and solve for any cube roots of whole ... 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 »

According to Math Warehouse, the square root of eight is 2.82. The square root of eight function can be simplified by factoring out the square of the whole number and rewriting the equation of the square root of four tim... More »