Simplify root 10

We need to simplify the value of square root of 10

Solution

The square root of 10 can be written as;

√10=√(√2×5)
We cannot take the square term out of the root, because it has no square terms and it is written as,

√10=√2 X √5

The above expression is the radical form of √10.

If we want to write it in decimal form, substitute the values of √2and √5 which is approximately equal to 1.414 and 2.236 respectively. Hence,

√10= 1.414 × 2.236
√10= ±3.162 approximately.

Answer

√10= √2 X √5

√10= ±3.162 approximately.

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