One of various computer programming languages, C is the most basic and widely used language, likely because it gives maximum efficiency and control to programmers. The C language can be used for mathematical operations, ranging from additions and subtractions to square roots and cube roots, along with other polynomial powers that can be created through C programming.
To find the square root of a number
, you can customize the C script to code the logic by using the sqrt function. This tutorial will show you how.
Finding a Square Root in C Program
Here is sample program:
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double x = 4.0, result;
result = sqrt(x);
printf("The square root of %lf is %lfn", x, result);
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