# What is the square root of m^{6}?

**Solution:**

The given question is based on the law of exponents.

The square root of m^{6} = √ (m^{6}) = (m^{6})^{1/2 }

= m^{[6 × (1/2)] }→ multiplying exponents

= m^{3}

Thus, the square root of m^{6 }is m^{3}.

## What is the square root of m^{6}?

**Summary:**

m^{3} is the square root of m^{6}

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