# why does one squared plus one squared equal square root two?

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### Answered:Looking for a 25 x 20 square tablecloth

Lewana, go to any Walmart, type of store where they sell sheets and such. In the back they almost always have a section where they cut to ANY size, any material. You can have your 20x25 RECTANGULAR Square tablecloth. P.S. I have a table that is 25 inches by 45 inches, so I understand what you are ...

### 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 ...

### 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's the square root of three?

The square root of 3 is approximately 1.732050807

### Answered:What is the square root of 13?

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### Answered:What's the square root of -1?

There is no real number that is the square root of minus 1. The imaginary number i (or -i) is the square root of minus 1.
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### Convert 2500m to square meters

Hi Cvss, ----------- Meters is a measure of length / distance and square meters is a measure area..... There is no possible way to convert length to area !. 2,500 meters are 2.5 k"m..... that's all you can say (well, you can convert it to miles,.... or other measures of length / distance..... but ...

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### What is square root of 64?

The square root of 64 is 8, because 8 times 8 is 64.

### Football squares

Draw 10 squares across and 10 squares down. write down numbers 1-10 on a paper and fold it, put in a bowl and draw one at a time and number the square with that number, this way they get mixed up and you do that for down and across, but that is done after all the squares are full. Fair for all.