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negative the square root of nine equals
negative nine
negative three
3
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\[\sqrt{9}\]

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\[i = \sqrt{1}\]

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so its 9?

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\[= 3i\]

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\[\sqrt{9} = \sqrt{1} * \sqrt{9}\]
\[\sqrt{9} = 3\]

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so its 3?

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\[\sqrt{9}=(1)*\sqrt{9}=(1)*3=3 and \it is also equal \to (1)*(3)=3\]

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most of the time people just want the postive number if you take the squareroot  so if only one answer is correct I would take 3

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\[\sqrt{9}\ or\ \sqrt{9}?\]

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@yoyogators which is it?

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Okay so the answer is 3

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\[\sqrt{9}\]

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Depending which of the two square roots you are referring to... if its\[\sqrt{9}\]then yes.

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If it's \[\sqrt{9} \] then it's like saying \[1 \times \sqrt{9}\]

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\[\sqrt{9} = 3 \]3 * 1 = negative 3