**Square Root Of 63**

### Help!!!! w Do I make 3 / ÂˆÂš63 easier ?! Will give 5 stars!

... OK ... 63 only 9 * 7

9 = 3 2 so that you can root it out

3 / (3 * ÂÂš7) = 1 / ÂˆÂš7 = ÂˆÂš7 / 7

3 / square (63) = 3 / square (9 * 7) = 3 / (3 * square (7)) = 1 / square (7)

The answer is yes.

PS, this topic already has some incorrect answers. For example, 9 times 3 is not equal to 63. Nor can you roll 1 into a segment, for example 1/3 is not equal to 3 and 1 / sqrt (7) is not equal to sqrt (7)! ! If not sure, check with Calculator. When you enter the simple form of question and question (answer), you will get the same result exactly as decimal. Make sure you use parentheses when typing in the calculator.

ÂˆÃ‚Âš63 = ÂˆÃ‚Âš 9 x 7 = ÂˆÃ‚Âš3x3x 7 =

3ÃÂ 7

3 division 3ÃƒÂ ° 7 =

3 / 3ÃƒÂ ÂˆÂˆÃ‚Â = 7 =

1 / Âš7 =

7 Exhibition 1/2

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3 / ÂˆÃ‚Âš63 = 3 / ÂˆÃ‚ÂˆÃ‚Âš9 * 7 = 3 / 3ÃƒÂ ÂˆÃ‚Âš7 = 1 / ÂˆÃ‚Âš7

The first factoring 63:

3 / Ã‚Âš (9 * 7)

Now you can take 9 from the root of the square because it is a perfect square in which the square root stays away from the mark 3.

3 / 3ÃˆÂ ÂˆÃ‚Âš7

Then divide 3 by 3, which is 1. 1 does not need to be stored because it is remedial, so in the end you will have:

ÂÂ7