## What is the simplest radical form of 57?

The square root of 57 is √57 = 7.5498. The number 57 has only two different prime factors with power 1. So, √57 cannot be simplified further using prime factorization. The number 57 is not a perfect square as its square root is not an integer.

### What is the square of 57?

∴ The square of 57 is 3249.

**What is simple radical form?**

Expressing in simplest radical form just means simplifying a radical so that there are no more square roots, cube roots, 4th roots, etc left to find. It also means removing any radicals in the denominator of a fraction.

**Is 57 rational or irrational?**

57 is a rational number because it can be expressed as the quotient of two integers: 57 ÷ 1.

## What is the under root of 10?

= ±3.162 approximately.

### Is 57 a rational?

**What are the factors of 57?**

Solution: The factors of 57 are 1, 3, 19, and 57.

**What is 57/10 in simplest form?**

10 is already in the simplest form. It can be written as 5.7 in decimal form (rounded to 6 decimal places). Therefore, 57/10 simplified to lowest terms is 57/10. More fractions: 114 / 10 57 / 20 171 / 10 57 / 30 58 / 10 57 / 11 56 / 10 57 / 9

## How to simplify radical expressions?

A radical expression is composed of three parts: In this tutorial, the primary focus is on simplifying radical expressions with an index of 2. This type of radical is commonly known as the square root. Starting with a single radical expression, we want to break it down into pieces of “smaller” radical expressions.

### What are the parts of a radical expression?

A radical expression is composed of three parts: a radical symbol, a radicand, and an index. In this tutorial, the primary focus is on simplifying radical expressions with an index of 2. This type of radical is commonly known as the square root.

**How do you write the final answer to a radical?**

The standard way of writing the final answer is to place all the terms (both numbers and variables) that are outside the radical symbol in front of the terms that remain inside. For our calculator check…