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In Windows 10 Calculator first choose Scientific (topleft of the window), type in the number you want to square, then click the "2nd" button (topleft) and then the "2Vx" button below it.

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If you use the diameter of a circle, the calculator uses the formula that multiplies diameter by the number pi, which equals approximately 3.14. If you use the area, the calculator divides the area by pi and takes the square root of that answer to find the circle’s radius, which is half the diameter.

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1 Approximating cube roots In Lecture 1 you saw that one can approximate the square root of a positive value by constructing “in-creasingly square” rectangles of the same area. You will now approximate the cube root of a positive value V by constructing increasingly cube-like rectangular prisms with volume V. s s V/s2 s new s new V/snew 2

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So X squared is equal to two. So X must be the square root of two. Just using algebraic manipulation, we discover that for the A series of paper, the ratio of the longer side to the shorter side is the square root of two. Now, from your calculator, you will see that the square root of two has this decimal expansion and it goes on forever.

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The square root of 3 can be found as the leg length of an equilateral triangle that encompasses a circle with a diameter of 1.. If an equilateral triangle with sides of length 1 is cut into two equal halves, by bisecting an internal angle across to make a right angle with one side, the right angle triangle's hypotenuse is length one and the sides are of length 1 / 2 and √ 3 / 2.

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May 5 Fun Holiday – Square Root Day. Square Root Day is celebrated on a day where the first two digits in the date are the square root of the last two digits. Only date formats that have the month and date first and the last two digits of the year last (mm/dd/yy, m/d/yy, dd/mm/yy or d/m/yy) can have Square Root Days.