# Square Root Calculator

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## What is Square Root?

The square root of a number is a value that can be used to reverse the effect of squaring a number. For example, the square root of 9 is 3, because 3 squared is 9. The symbol for square root is √.

## How to solve square root problems without a calculator ?

There are several ways to solve square root problems without a calculator , such as using estimation, prime factorization, and the long division method.

**Estimation**:This method involves finding the closest perfect square to the number you are trying to find the square root of, and then using the square root of that perfect square as an estimate. For example, to find the square root of 23, you would find the closest perfect square (16) and use the square root of 16 (4) as an estimate.**Prime factorization**:This method involves breaking down the number into its prime factors and then using those factors to find the square root.**Long division method:**This method involves breaking the number down into groups of two digits and then finding the largest number whose square is less than or equal to the group. This number is then used as a divisor, and the process is repeated until the square root is found.

These are few basic methods to solve square root problems, however, these methods require some practice and understanding of math concepts to become proficient.

## How do I simplify a square root?

A simplify square root calculator is a tool that can help you simplify the square root of a number by finding any perfect squares that are factors of the number. For example, if you input √36 into a simplify square root calculator, it would return √36 = √(36) = √(6^2) = 6.

To simplify square roots without a calculator, you can use the prime factorization method I mentioned earlier. Break down the number into its prime factors, and then take the square root of each factor. If a factor appears twice in the factorization, then you can take the square root once and then square the result.

For example, to simplify √100:

100 = 2^2 * 5^2

√100 = √(2^2 * 5^2) = √(2^2) * √(5^2) = 2*5 = 10

This is the simplest form of the square root of 100 and you can check that √100 = 10.

Keep in mind that while these methods can simplify square roots, some square roots cannot be simplified further and are referred to as irrational numbers.

## How do you find all the real roots of a number?

To find all the real roots of a number, you can use the following methods:

Factoring:If the number is a perfect square, its square root can be found by factoring the number into its prime factors and then taking the square root of each factor.

Using the Quadratic Formula:For a quadratic equation (ax^2 + bx + c = 0), the roots can be found by using the quadratic formula:x = (-b ± √(b^2 - 4ac))/ 2a

Using the Rational Root Theorem:If the number is a polynomial, the real roots can be found by testing all possible rational roots (i.e. roots that are in the form of a/b where a and b are integers and b is not zero) using the Rational Root Theorem.

Using a graphing calculator or software:You can graph the function and find the x-intercepts, which are the roots of the equation.

Keep in mind that not all numbers have real roots, some numbers have complex roots which can be represented in form of a+bi where a and b are real numbers and 'i' is the imaginary unit.