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# Square Root of 1

The square root of 1 is the number, which multiplied by itself 2 times, is 1. In other words, this number to the power of 2 equals 1.

Besides the real values of

along with an explanation, on this page you can also find what the elements of the square root of 1 are called.

In addition to the terminology, we have a calculator you don’t want to miss:

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²√1 = ±1
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## Second Root of 1

In this section we provide you with important additional information about the topic of this post:

The term can be written as ²√1 or 1^1/2.

As the index 2 is even and 1 is greater than 0, 1 has two real square roots:

²√1, which is positive and called principal square root of 1, and -²√1 which is negative.

Together, they are denominated as

Although the principal square root of one is only one of the two square roots, the term “square root of 1” usually refers to the positive number, that is the principal square root.

If you want to know how to find the value of this root, then read our article Square Root located in the header menu.

There, we also discuss the properties for index n = 2 by means of examples: multiplication, division, exponentiation etc.

Next, we have a look at the inverse function.

### Inverse of Square Root of 1

Extracting the square root is the inverse operation of ^2:

In the following paragraph, we are going to name the elements of this √.

## What is the Square Root of 1?

You already have the answer to that question, and you also know about the inverse operation of 1 square root.

Keep reading to learn what the parts are called.

• ²√1 is the square root of 1 symbol
• 2 is the index
• Square root = ±1

Second root of 1 = ±1

As a sidenote: All values on this page have been rounded to ten decimal places.

Now you really know all about ²√1, including its values, parts and the inverse.

If you need to extract the 2nd root of any other real number use our calculator above.

Simply insert the number of which you want to find the square root (e.g. 1); the calculation is done automatically.

If you like our information about ²√1, then a similar square root you may be interested in is, for example: square root of 3.

In the following table you can find the n-th root of 1 for n = 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10.

## Table

The aim of this table is to provide you with an overview of the nth roots of 1.

21Square Root of 1²√1±1
31Cube Root of 1³√11
41Forth Root of 1⁴√1±1
51Fifth Root of 1⁵√11
61Sixth Root of 1⁶√1±1
71Seventh Root of 1⁷√11
81Eight Root of 1⁸√1±1
91Nineth Root of 1⁹√11
101Tenth Root of 1¹⁰√1±1

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## Square Root of One

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## Summary

To sum up, the square roots of 1 are ±1; the positive real value is the principal.

Finding the second root of the number 1 is the inverse operation of rising the ²√1 to the power of 2. That is to say, (±1)2 = 1.

Further information about the root of a number like ²√1 can be found on our page n-th Root.

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BTW: A term closely related to square roots is perfect square. We tell you everything about perfect squares in our article Square Numbers.

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