What is the square root of x2?
The square root of any number can be expressed using the formula: √x = x1/2.
Answer: The square root of x2 is x.
A square root is a number that we need to multiply by itself to get the original number.
Here, x2 = (x) × (x)
So, x is the square root of x2 as by definition x is multiplied by itself to get x2.
√x2 = (x2)1/2 = x1 = x
Thus, x is the square root of x2.