The square root of 10,000 is 100. The number 10,000 is a perfect square, so it is easy to calculate the square root using the prime factorization method. This is done by listing all the factors of 10,000.

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The square root of 28 is 5.29, rounded to two decimal places, as 28 is not a perfect square. The square root of a perfect square is a whole number and not a decimal or fraction. The square root of 25 is 5, as 25 is a per...

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The square root of 121 is 11 or negative 11. The factors of 121 are 11 x 11. Similarly, negative 11 x negative 11 is also 121. To obtain an exact square root, the number must be a perfect square.

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To find the square root of 101, the square root of the number needs to be divided into several different numbers; three should be placed on top of the square root symbol nine should be put underneath the 10 part of the n...

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If an exponent is a fraction, such as y^1/n, the correct operation is to take the nth root of the base number y. For example, 27^1/3 is the same thing as taking the cube root of 27, so the answer is 3.

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The cube root of 250 is 6.29. The cube root of a number, x, is equal to the number, y, such that y times y times y equals x. For the number 250, 6.29 times 6.29 times 6.29 is equal to 250.

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The cube root of 81 is 2.51. The cube root of the variable y is equal to the variable x such that when x is twice multiplied by itself the product is y, as in the equation x times x times x equals y.

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