1. Look at the problem and decide if the number under the radical is a perfect square. If it is, then the answer is the number that you have to square to get the number under the
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1. Consider adding √20 + 4√45 + √5. Ad. 2. Simplify. each of the square roots you need to add. So √20 = 2√5, 4√45 = 12√5, and √5 is
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Was it a joke? A play on words from the song What's my Name by Rihanna featuring Drake? Where he says that the square root of 69 is 'ate sum'? If you are serious... The square root
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It is approximately 5.67. * * * * * No it is not! It is 5.57, approx.
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