(MATHEMATICS) each positive number has another number that, when multiplied times itself, equals that number. So, for example, 4 has a square root of 2 (2 x 2 = 4).

The square root of a negative number is an imaginary number. Imaginary numbers are not, by themselves, useful solutions to math problems; but they can be used to find them.

The square root of a negative number is an imaginary number. Imaginary numbers are not, by themselves, useful solutions to math problems; but they can be used to find them.

BILL: Anna, we have a rectangle that's 3 x as long as it is wide, and it encloses an area of 300 square meters. What are the dimensions?

ANNA: Well, that's like 3 squares of 100 square meters. The square root of 100 is 10, so the rectangle is 10 by 30.

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The logarithm of a square root is one half the log of the number itself; hence, the natural log of 25 is 3.2189, while the natural log of 5 is 1.6094.

ANNA: Well, that's like 3 squares of 100 square meters. The square root of 100 is 10, so the rectangle is 10 by 30.

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The logarithm of a square root is one half the log of the number itself; hence, the natural log of 25 is 3.2189, while the natural log of 5 is 1.6094.

by Abu Yahya April 23, 2010

Sir and I took a walk out into to woods today, spread out a blanket, and began to square root happily for the rest of the afternoon.

by Ayla February 14, 2005

A sexual position similar to a threesome, only with four people in a square formation. Usually involving two men and two women they all lie in a square formation, with the men facing inwards and women facing outwards. So each person is giving oral and revieving oral, and no two people of the same sex touch eachother.

by Aeutius March 8, 2012

by SquareRootof5 April 11, 2003

any item of Vans merchandise due to the fact the V is a square root and the word looks like 'Square root of the answer'

by Jonathan floyd January 3, 2006

The square root of a pinecone is an acorn. This is because pinecones are made from acorns. Around 3-4 of them make a pinecone. This is done by putting them into a crafting table; the result comes out with a pinecone. Just be aware that the bisectors are unstable in the reactors from the perpendicularity of the pineconium.

What is the square root of pinecone?

Uh can you clarify that question?

What is the square root of a pinecone?

Uh can you clarify that question?

What is the square root of a pinecone?

by LoserCringe August 30, 2019

A term used to describe people in college that have GPAs that are so fucking low that if you took the square root of their GPA, it would be larger than their actual GPA.

Roommate 1:Jesse's a fucking dumbass, his GPA is .78.

Roommate 2: That puts him in the square root club alright.

Roommate 2: That puts him in the square root club alright.

by Sang-froid March 6, 2018