Just like you can add/subtract/multiply/divide to both sides of an equation, you can “unsquare” or take the square root of both sides of an equation. = = ⋅ = ⋅ = x 64 ( 8) 64 8 8 64 ( 8) or 8 ?
Squaring a decimal is identical to multiplying decimals. Drop the decimal, multiply the number by its self, and then add up the decimal points in the original problem and put it back into your answer.
3.5 squared, denoted 3.52, is equal to 12.25. To square a number x, we simply multiply x by itself.
Answer: 5/12 as a decimal is 0.4167.
To find the square of a number, multiply the number by itself. For example, if you're trying to find the square of 5, you would multiply 5 by 5 and get 25, which is the square.
For example, a 1 ounce serving of cheese is about the same size as your outstretched thumb. You need dairy as part of a balanced diet every day, and a thumb-sized piece of cheese is equal to about 8 ounces of yogurt or milk – so eat with caution!
Mix your toner with a developer in a 1:2 ratio. Use an applicator brush to work the mixture into your hair, focusing on the areas with unwanted undertones. Leave the toner in for up to 45 minutes, then rinse, wash with a moisturizing shampoo and deep condition.
The most accurate way to measure a tablespoon is to use a measuring spoon. If you don't have a measuring spoon, you can use measurement equivalents. For example, 3 level teaspoons makes 1 tablespoon. 1/16 of a cup is also equivalent to 1 tablespoon, and 15 ml of any liquid is equal to 1 tablespoon.