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#1
Square root
Posted 11 October 2005  09:30 AM
In one of my programs i need to be able to find the square root of a number bu i cant find any easy way to do this.
Is there any easy way to find the square root?
Is there any easy way to find the square root?
#10
Re: Square root
Posted 11 October 2005  09:32 AM
Math.sqrt(i)
from java.lang.Math
from java.lang.Math
#11
Re: Square root
Posted 11 October 2005  09:40 AM
Thanks!!! Works like a charm.
is there an easy way to square a number?
I have just been doing it like this (a*a).
is there an easy way to square a number?
I have just been doing it like this (a*a).
#12
Re: Square root
Posted 11 October 2005  09:40 AM
There is also a pow() function
a little bit of google goes along way:
http://stein.cshl.or....lang.Math.html
a little bit of google goes along way:
http://stein.cshl.or....lang.Math.html
#13
Re: Square root
Posted 12 October 2005  04:48 PM
isn't it Math.pow(i,2)
and the 2 means what power the i is raised to?
and the 2 means what power the i is raised to?
#14
Re: Square root
Posted 12 October 2005  05:51 PM
The qualifying path to the proper class library depends on what libraries you have imported...Math is the class library...pow() is the function within that library. And yes, in the example of pow(a,B), a is raised to the power of b.
#16
Re: Square root
Posted 01 April 2009  12:26 PM
Does anyone know how to have to square root symbol actually show up as output?
#18
Re: Square root
Posted 01 April 2009  08:13 PM
#19
Re: Square root
Posted 01 April 2009  10:11 PM
Necro'd thread.......
And, no, I don't think we can have a good square root symbol show up on the output.
And, no, I don't think we can have a good square root symbol show up on the output.
#21 Guest_shirlz*
Re: Square root
Posted 14 July 2010  04:29 AM
#22
Re: Square root
Posted 14 July 2010  05:37 AM
@shirlz: As this was already answered in an above post, please stop necroposting this thread.
#23
Re: Square root
Posted 14 July 2010  06:03 AM
extended ASCII code 251 (at least the sheet says it is) is a square root symbol. Why not just display that?
I am getting the wrong ASCII code though. Does Java have problems with extended ASCII?
int i = 4; char square = 251; double j = math.pow(i,1/2); System.out.println(square + "" i + " is " + j);
I am getting the wrong ASCII code though. Does Java have problems with extended ASCII?
