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## Can you square root a fraction?

In Maths, the fraction is defined as the ratio of two numbers. To find the fraction square root, first, find the square root of the numerator and then find the square root of denominator. After finding the square root values, simplify the fraction. For example, √(4/16), can be written as √4/√16.

## How do you translate a square root function?

1 Answer. In order to translate any function to the right or left, place an addition or subtraction “inside” of the Parent function. In the case of the square root function, it would look like y = √x−2 or y = √x+5. Let’s look at the effect of the addition or subtraction.

## What is a square root graph called?

A radical function contains a radical expression with the independent variable (usually x) in the radicand. Usually radical equations where the radical is a square root is called square root functions.

## What is a square root of 11?

List of Perfect Squares

NUMBER | SQUARE | SQUARE ROOT |
---|---|---|

8 | 64 | 2.828 |

9 | 81 | 3.000 |

10 | 100 | 3.162 |

11 | 121 | 3.317 |

## What is the root square of 169?

The square root of 169 is 13.

## What does square root do to a graph?

The parent function of the functions of the form f(x)=√x−a+b is f(x)=√x. Note that the domain of f(x)=√x is x≥0 and the range is y≥0. The graph of f(x)=√x−a+b can be obtained by translating the graph of f(x)=√x to a units to the right and then b units up.

## How do you solve a radical equation?

To solve a radical equation:

- Isolate the radical expression involving the variable.
- Raise both sides of the equation to the index of the radical.
- If there is still a radical equation, repeat steps 1 and 2; otherwise, solve the resulting equation and check the answer in the original equation.

## What is a square root transformation?

a procedure for converting a set of data in which each value, x_{i}, is replaced by its square root, another number that when multiplied by itself yields x_{i}. Square – root transformations often result in homogeneity of variance for the different levels of the independent variable (x) under consideration.