why cant you find a square root of a negative number?

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Answered: The square root of a number x is always less than x? Then need a

Hi, No, that is not always true. 1. The square root of a number x is smaller than x for any x bigger than 1. 2. The square root of a number x equals x for x=1 and x=0 3. And the square root of a number x is always bigger than x for any x in the range: 0<x<1 ...

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518-555-1212 is Directory Assistance for area code 518 (somewhere in northeast New York, including Albany and Plattsburgh).

Answered: What happened in the 16th century that caused people to need to use

The use of negative numbers goes back much further, altho there was certainly not universal acceptance. On the other hand, the Indian Brahmagupta (7th century AD) explicitly and freely used negative numbers, as well as zero, in his algebraic work. He even gave the rules for arithmetic, e.g., "a ...

Answered: What is the square root of I?

The square root of i is a complex number sqrt(2)/2 + sqrt(2)/2 i, or of course the negative of that number.

Answered: What is the square root of negative 7?

The square root of -7 is (plus or minus) the square root of 7 times i, which is the square root of minus one.

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Estragole is found in basil and tarragon. Perhaps you mean astragalus root. http://www.webmd.com/heart/astragalus-root-heart-benefits-side-effects
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