# How to Find the Square Root of a Number That Doesn't Have a Perfect Square?

The square root of a number multiplied by itself yields that number. Some numbers are perfect squares such as 25 (five times five) and 100 (10 times 10). Other numbers are not perfect squares. Alth...
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## How to Enter a Square Root Into a TI?

A TI calculator can be an invaluable resource when it comes to calculating the values of square roots, particularly of numbers that aren't perfect squares. Fortunately, entering a square root into ...
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## How to Rationalize the Square Root of 1/5?

A radical expression contains one or more radical signs, which appear as "âˆš." To simplify a radical expression with a fraction, you need to get rid of as many radical signs as you can and leave n...
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## How to Get the Principal of a Square Root?

The convenience of digital calculators sometimes creates the false impression that the functions printed on the keypad are modern ideas. One function that has its roots in ancient times is the squa...
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## How to Reverse a Square Root?

The square root of a particular number, x, identifies a certain number, t, that when multiplied by itself will equal the original number x ( t * t = x defined by t as the square root of x). Essent...
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