Hello friends, I am studying in 10th class. Actually I have a question and Im unable to solve this question. My question is: How can we find the square root of a number by hand? How about cube roots? If anybody can solve my question I will grateful. Thanks in advance!
There are a number of numerical anaylsis techniques available for determining the Nth root of a number. The one that comes immediately to mind is the Newton-Raphson Method. It entails a knowledge of calculus specifically derivatives. hgmjr
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A wonderfully tedious but successful method is simple long division, where to divisor is squared before being subtracted from the dividend.
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Once upon a time I learned the manual method for extracting square roots. Rest assured that you can discover it if you search long enough and hard enough. I cannot remember it well enough to describe it since very soon after I learned it I graduated to using a slide rule. I remember a poor friend of mine who couldn't afford the $29.95 for Eugene Dietzen Log-Log Duplex Deci-Trig and committrd to memory the table of four place logarithms. He could do square roots in the twinkling of an eye. It's just the anti-log of half the log of the number of interest.