The sqrt function allows to calculate the square root of a number in exact form.
By definition, the square root of a real number x, is a number which squared is equal to x.
The square root calculator allows through the sqrt function to calculate online the square root.
For example, to calculate the square root of 9 which notes `sqrt(9)`, enter sqrt(`9`), after calculating the result 3 is returned.
For example, to calculate the square root of 99 which notes `sqrt(9)` enter sqrt(`99`), after calculating the result `3*sqrt(11)` is returned.
Note that the result of the square root calculation is returned in its exact form.
The derivative of the square root is equal to `1/(2*sqrt(x))`.
The antiderivative of the square root is equal to `2/3*(x)^(3/2)=2/3*(sqrt(x))^3`.
sqrt(x), x is a number.
sqrt(`4`), returns 2
To differentiate function square root online, it is possible to use the derivative calculator which allows the calculation of the derivative of the square root function
The derivative of sqrt(x) is derivative(`sqrt(x)`)=`1/(2*sqrt(x))`
Antiderivative calculator allows to calculate an antiderivative of square root function.
An antiderivative of sqrt(x) is antiderivative(`sqrt(x)`)=`2/3*(x)^(3/2)`
The limit calculator allows the calculation of limits of the square root function.
The limit of sqrt(x) is limit(`sqrt(x)`)
The graphing calculator is able to plot square root function in its definition interval.