Below are the examples to illustrate the use of the above-discussed method:

Example 1:

Output:

Example 2:

Output:

Solution 1:

I’m going to take it as axiomatic that no software method will compete with the hardware instruction for square roots. Solution 3:

Wikipedia has an extensive article on calculation of square roots:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Methods_of_computing_square_roots

Calculating x to the power of y is simpler:

http://www.osix.net/modules/article/?id=696

I liked this pocked calculator way of doing it:

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The C# Math.Sqrt() method is utilized for calculating the square root of a given number.

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Syntax

Following is the syntax −

public static double Sqrt (double val);

The number for which we desire the square root is referred to as Val.

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Example

Now, let’s examine an example of how to implement the Math.Sqrt() method.

using System; public class Demo { public static void Main(){ double val1 = 4; double val2 = 36; Console.WriteLine(Math.Sqrt(val1)); Console.WriteLine(Math.Sqrt(val2)); } }

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Output

The resulting output will be as follows –

2 6

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Example

Here is another example that demonstrates the implementation of the Math.Sqrt() method.

using System; public class Demo { public static void Main(){ double val1 = -144; double val2 = 0.49; Console.WriteLine(Math.Sqrt(val1)); Console.WriteLine(Math.Sqrt(val2)); } }

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Output

The following output will be generated by this.

NaN 0.7