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 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 »

A method of solving quadratic equations is to extract the roots. This means that the possible values of x are determined by finding the square root of both sides of the equation. More »

The square root of 125 is approximately 11.18. The decimals of the exact answer go on infinitely because the square root of 125 is an irrational number. More »

The square root of negative one is "i," the imaginary number. This concept is immensely useful in mathematics, as it allows for there to be square roots of negative numbers, which is otherwise not possible using only rea... More »

The square root of 61 is 7.81. A squared number means that number is multiplied by itself. The square root is the opposite. It indicates the number, when multiplied by itself, equals the first number. More »

The square root of 252 is equal to 15.87. Written in simplified radical form, the square root of 252 is equal to 6 times the square root of 7. More »