The simplest root form calculator
Calculator finds out the simplest form of given square root expression.

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# Symbolic algebra

ⓘ Hint: This calculator supports symbolic math. You can enter numbers, but also symbols like a, b, pi or even whole math expressions such as (a+b)/2. If you still don't sure how to make your life easier using symbolic algebra check out our another page: Symbolic calculations

# Input data - expression under the root (radicand)#

 Root radicand expression(expression under the root)

# Results - your root in the simplest form#

Square, which you enter
Show source$\sqrt{8}$
Root in the simplest form
Show source$2 \cdot \sqrt{2}$
Root simplification step-by-step
 1 Show source$\sqrt{8}$ Factor expression under the root - 2 Show source$\sqrt{2^{2} \cdot 2}$ Simplified power under root The power and n-th root can be treated as the same math operation: $\sqrt[q]{x^p} = x^{\frac{p}{q}}$ 3 Show source$2 \cdot \sqrt{2}$ Result Your expression reduced to the simplest form known to us.

# Some facts#

• Root extraction is an operation inverse to exponentiation.
• The root of n-th degree from the number x is equal to y when y raised to the n-th power gives x:
$\sqrt[n]{x} = y \Leftrightarrow y^{n} = x$
where:
• $n$ - root degree,
• $x$ - root argument (number under root function),
• $y$ - root result (a number, that gives an root argument if raised to root degree).
• The root of degree 2 is colloquially called the square root. It has been assumed that we can omit degree while writing square root symbol:
$\sqrt{x} = \sqrtx$
• The root of degree 3 is colloqually called the cubic root.
• The root from product is equal to the product of roots:
$\sqrt[n]{x y} = \sqrt[n]{x} \cdot \sqrt[n]{y}$
• The root from quotient is equal to quotient of roots:
$\sqrt[n]{\frac{x}{y}} = \frac{\sqrt[n]{x}}{\sqrt[n]{y}}$
• In order to render the root symbol $\sqrt[n]{x}$ in the $\TeX$ language use command:
\sqrt[n]{x}

• If you want to learn more about how to write different mathematical expressions, you can check out our other calculator: Quick TeX cheat sheet.

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