Square Root Of 1

The Square root of 1 is simply 1, as this answer is an oxymoron. As 1 is a real number and the square of any number is positive then we can safely assume that the square root of 1 is 1 or -1 itself. Representing this mathematically we get the following:

sqrt(1) = √1

= √1 = 1* 1

= 1

Therefore we have just proved that √1 = 1 as 1 is an exact multiple of 1. Thus, we have found the square root of 1. To find the square root of 1 to 50, you can take a calculator and individually put in the square roots of individual numbers until you have found the corresponding square roots for the individual numbers. For your convenience, you can find the square roots of the numbers from 1-50 located in the table for your quick reference while dealing with square roots.

You can find the square root of 1 to 50 from the tabular column below:

NUMBER

SQUARE ROOT

1

1

2

1.414

3

1.732

4

2

5

2.236

6

2.449

7

2.646

8

2.828

9

3

10

3.162

11

3.317

12

3.464

13

3.606

14

3.742

15

3.873

16

4

17

4.123

18

4.243

19

4.359

20

4.472

21

4.583

22

4.69

23

4.796

24

4.899

25

5

26

5.099

27

5.196

28

5.292

29

5.385

30

5.477

31

5.568

32

5.657

33

5.745

34

5.831

35

5.916

36

6

37

6.083

38

6.164

39

6.245

40

6.325

41

6.403

42

6.481

43

6.557

44

6.633

45

6.708

46

6.782

47

6.856

48

6.928

49

7

50

7.071

Thus,you can find the individual square root of 1- 50 here, similarly you can keep finding the square root of numbers above 50 while using a calculator.

If somebody asks you what is the square root of 1, it is usually a trick question with 1 being the answer. Using the radical symbol usually implies that a root of a number is being found. We know that the nth root of a number, usually a complete number is defined as its unit roots. The under root 1 is either 1 or -1 since either one is a solution and it is usually written as √1.


Practise This Question

Let dxx2008+x=1p ln(xq1+xr)+C where p,q,rϵN and need not be distinct, then the value of (p+q+r) equals