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Secondary II • 1yr.

Hello, I would like to know how to find the solution; square root of (51 + 43) (the root includes the addition) thank you

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    Team Alloprof • 1yr.

     Hi!

    If I understand correctly, you have to calculate the square root of an addition (51 + 43)

    To do this, you just have to add the numbers inside the root (51 + 43 = 94) and do the root of the numbers you just found!

    Finally, because it’s a square root, it is important not to forget to put the +/- sign before your answer;)

    Hoping to have helped you