This article is about how to find the square root of a negative number, though it assumes you know what square roots are. To find the answer from an equation on a calculator, you’ll need to use the “x²” button and then press “sqrt.” For example: x² = -9
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Square roots are generally positive numbers; however, there are times when they can be negative as well. In these cases, finding them becomes much more difficult since there’s no way to input them into your calculator without first multiplying by “-1.” This article will give you some tips on how to do just that.
Square roots are generally positive numbers; however, there are times when they can be negative as well. In these cases, finding them becomes much more difficult since there’s no way to input them into your calculator without first multiplying by “-l.” The following tips will help you understand how to do just that.
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The square root can be found by taking the number and multiplying it by itself. For example, to find the square root of 16:
16 x 16 = 256
256/16=15 (the answer)
We then take that result and divide it by the two constants 3.14 and 2 to find their quotient.
The quotient is the answer.
For example, we want to find the square root of -120:
-120 x (-120) = 129600
1296/270=36 (the answer)
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How to Find the Square Root of a Negative Number: A number that keeps on dividing itself. The square root can be found by taking the number and Multiplying it by itself is always the easiest way to find the root. So, say we want to find how many cubes are in 16 because that seems like a good question. You simply multiply it x 3 and divide by 2.: 16 x 16 x 8 = 512
. Now, you have to take the square root and divide by two. The answer is 256.
You may be thinking that this doesn’t make sense because there are only 216 cubes in 16 but it does! You know how dividing by whole numbers (floors) always leave a remainder? When we divided 512/256 our result was not an