Question about Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Silver Edition Calculator
Not the square root of any number. Both machines give the same result for the square root of 4, for example. The differences for other numbers are due to the fact that the two calculators use different processors and carry different numbers of significant digits for internal calculations. The square root of most numbers is an irrational number, with an infinite decimal representation. It has to be cut off somewhere. If you cut it off in two different places, you're going to get two different numbers (unless there happens to be zeroes where you cut...).
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