| Jacob Henry Minick, Clement Carrington Gaines - Business mathematics - 1904 - 398 pages
...indicated by Ihe denominator of a fractional exponent. Thus 16J denotes v/16 ; 27J denotes V27. 396. **The Square Root of a number is one of the two equal factors** of the number. Thus, 4 is the square root of 16, since 4X4 are 16. 397. The Cube Root of a number is... | |
| John Henry Moore - Business mathematics - 1904 - 404 pages
...one of the equal factors which multiplied together will produce the given number. SQUARE ROOT 992. **The square root of a number is one of the two equal factors** which multiplied together will produce the given number. The accompanying diagram is a square 14 ft.... | |
| Benjamin Franklin Sisk - Arithmetic - 1905 - 203 pages
...may be denoted by fractional exponents. Thus, Vl6=16*; ^16 = 16*; ^16 = 16*; elc. SQUARE ROOT 157. **The square root of a number is one of the two equal factors that produce the number.** 158. First Method. — The square root of an integral square can usually be found by factoring. SQUARE... | |
| Elmer Adelbert Lyman - Arithmetic - 1905 - 268 pages
...of 2, and 2 is the square root of 4. 125 is the cube of 5, and 5 is the cube root of 125. 159. Since **the square root of a number is one of the two equal factors** of a perfect second power, numbers that are not exact squares have no square roots. However, they are... | |
| Orville Marcellus Powers - Business mathematics - 1906 - 384 pages
...3.1622+. The only roots that are of much practical use are the Square and Cube roots. SQUARE ROOT 489. **The Square Root of a number is one of the two equal...factors that produce the number. Thus the square root of** 25 is 5. By trial and inspection we find that the square of any number has twice as many or one less... | |
| Orville Marcellus Powers - Business mathematics - 1906 - 384 pages
...3.1622-)-. The only roots that are of much practical use are the Square and Cube roots. SQUARE ROOT 489. **The Square Root of a number is one of the two equal...factors that produce the number. Thus the square root of** 25 is 5. By trial and inspection we find that the square of any number has twice as many or one less... | |
| John Henry Moore, George Washington Miner - Business mathematics - 1906 - 476 pages
...169, 196. 238. The square of a number is the product arising from using the number twice as a factor. **The square root of a number is one of the two equal factors** of the number. 239. The square root of a number may be indicated by writing the number under the radical... | |
| Frank H. Hall - Arithmetic - 1907 - 364 pages
...132 = ? 142 = ? 152 = ? 162 = ? 172 = ? 182 = ? a. Find the sum of the eighteen squares in 1 and 2. **The square root of a number is one of the two equal factors** of the number. The radical sign, V (without a figure above it), indicates that the square root of the... | |
| Eveleen Laura Mason - American essays - 1907 - 126 pages
...'must be about,' But any successful heredity-hunter should know that — Geometrically considered, as **the square root of a number is one of the two equal factors** which produce it, the cube root then includes not only all the Powers of the numbers which have preceded,... | |
| George William Myers, Sarah Catherine Brooks - Arithmetic - 1907 - 432 pages
...multiplied together, give the product 36; the product 16; the product 64; the product 49. DEFINITION.—The **square root of a number is one of the two equal factors** of it. The sign of square root is •*/, called the radical sign. Thus, \/25 means the square root... | |
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