Square Root Simplifier

Square Root Simplifier


Do you have that sinking feeling whenever your math book asks you to, "Put your answer in simplest radical form"? Well this app is for you. It automatically simplifies and calculates any radical with the press of a button! It couldn't be easier! It also provides a very easy way of seeing the approximate value of the square roots that you are testing if there is no way to simplify it. It also has support for seeing if a number is a perfect square, and if it is, what that value is.

Recent changes:
(v1.4) Handled exceptions and errors.
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3.7
User ratings
38
Installs
1,000+
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File size
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About Square Root Simplifier
Do you have that sinking feeling whenever your math book asks you to, "Put your answer in simplest radical form"? Well this app is for you. It automatically simplifies and calculates any radical with the press of a button! It couldn't be easier! It also provides a very easy way of seeing the approximate value of the square roots that you are testing if there is no way to simplify it. It also has support for seeing if a number is a perfect square, and if it is, what that value is.

Recent changes:
(v1.4) Handled exceptions and errors.
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 27, 2015
Works great! Thanks so much for this awesome app. It really helps to see if the root could be simplified. One minor flaw, if it is not possible to simplify the root, then it leaves it blank. Just remember, that's not an error. Also, it doesn't ask for those weird things like location. Great work!
A Google User
Nov 19, 2013
Awesome app! Very light and simple to use!
A Google User
Oct 10, 2013
Almost perfect This app will gain 5 stars from me when the issue of the square root of 144 showing as 6 times the square root of 4 rather than 12.
A Google User
Oct 1, 2013
Excellent Does exactly what it's meant to do. Only recommendation, put in the radical symbol as a button.
A Google User
May 24, 2013
Actually works! Very nice. I use it on my math homework all the time.
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