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if y is the principal square root of 5 what must be true?

if y is the principal square root of 5 what must be true?

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if y is the principal square root of 5 what must be true?

if y is the principal square root of 5 what must be true?

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Since every square root has a positive and a negative solution, for sqrt 9 = -3 or +3 The principal square root defines only the positive solution (between the two) if y is the principal square root of 5, then it must be the positive square root of 5, not the negative square root of 5.

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