# If half of sqrt(2) is sqrt(K) then what is the value of K?

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If half of sqrt(2) is sqrt(K) then what is the value of K?
posted May 31, 2015
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we have

(1/2)*[sqrt(2)] == [sqrt(k)]

squaring both sides we get

(1/4)*[2] ==  k

or K = 1/2 == .5

answer Jun 5, 2015
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Result: One-half.

answer Dec 21, 2015 by anonymous

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