anonymous
  • anonymous
AHRIGHT NOW KIDDOS HOW DO U GIT THE SQUARE ROOT OF 18 HELP A BRUDDA OUT
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BTaylor
  • BTaylor
If you want a decimal value, use a calculator. Otherwise, factor the number, and pull out any pairs. \[\sqrt{18} = \sqrt{2 \times \boxed{3 \times 3}} \rightarrow 3 \sqrt{2}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
does it help to know that \(18=9\times 2\)?
SolomonZelman
  • SolomonZelman
what in the world is your question?

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SolomonZelman
  • SolomonZelman
Ask your teacher in class like that I dare.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Take your calculator and do \( \sqrt{18} \) or you could see if there is a perfect square and a non perfect square and there is. \( \sqrt{9} \times \sqrt{2} = 3\sqrt{2}\)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah I was a little slow to the party lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
shut up soloman zelman aint nobody axt u 4 ur opinionz
pooja195
  • pooja195
Yo learn to be nice you are on a study site if you are simply trying to waste peoples time close this.
anonymous
  • anonymous
When working with squares you can bust up numbers into perfect and non perfect squares. This is not always the case but sometimes you can and in your situations you could. A perfect square is a number that can be squared evenly . For instance, 4 is a perfect square. \( \sqrt{4} = 2 \) a non perfect square is like the following \( \sqrt{2} \)
anonymous
  • anonymous
umm excuse me pooja who in the hell told you to drag yaself into this
anonymous
  • anonymous
Leah that was totally uncalled for
anonymous
  • anonymous
watch ur mouth, @pooja195 is an ambassador and lol yah I know
anonymous
  • anonymous
its okay leahtoham i heart u
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pooja195
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Please do look at the CoC again.
anonymous
  • anonymous
You tell em!

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