The following theorem solves our problem: Theorem (1): If a 2x2 invertible matrix a is positive definite and has distinct eigenvalues then the

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The following theorem solves our problem: Theorem (1): If a 2x2 invertible matrix a is positive definite and has distinct eigenvalues then the **square root** of a is given by [square root of A] = [b.

What if airport screeners looked at would-be passengers and instead of assessing the color of their skin, asked: "What's the **square root** of your likelihood of being a terrorist?

This is due in part to the **square root** dependence of [K.

Weapon error is computed as the **square root** of the sum of TLE squared plus WDE squared.

In An Imaginary Tale, Paul Nahin tells the 2,000-year-old history of one of mathematics' most elusive numbers, the **square root** of minus one, also know as i, and recreates the baffling mathematical problems that conjured it up and the colorful characters who tried to solve them.

Third, final approval of exchange of stock to acquire **Square Roots**, Incorporated was unanimously accepted by the board.

So what does it matter if some French guy wants to think of his penis as the **square root** of minus one?

Determining **square roots** (in California, the integers between which the **square root** will fall) is less valuable, and arguably less difficult, than setting up and solving word problems.