The mathematical square root symbol **√** can be found on the Android and iPhone keyboards. This symbol is also called the radical symbol, the radical sign, root symbol, radix, or surd.

In this article, we will outline the steps to make a square root symbol using your Google Gboard keyboard app, the default keyboard for the Google Pixel range, and Android phones. Without further ado, here are the steps **how to**** find the square root symbol on your Android phone.**

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## How to Make a Square Root (√) Symbol Text On Android

In order to make a **Square Root (√)**** Text** on an **Android** phone, follow the steps on your phone’s keyboard below:

- Tap
**?123** - Tap
**=\<** - Press the
**square root symbol****√**that can be found at the center of the first row of the keyboard.

## How to Copy and Paste Square Root Symbol Text

In case you would like to save time and simply **copy and paste** the **Square Root Symbol**, simply click on the text below. It will copy the content to your personal clipboard, from which you can choose where to paste it.

To copy and paste the **square root symbol text,** simply click the text below and copy it on your keyboard. After, you can paste it where needed.

Copy <strong>√</strong> | Click here |
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## How to Make a Square Root Symbol Emoji On Android

Currently, there is no square root symbol emoji on Android. However, there are square root images that you can attach to your message.

In order to add a **Square Root Symbol Image** on an Android phone, follow the steps on your phone’s keyboard below:

- Long tap the Emoji key with the smiley face and comma
**☺,** - Once the emojis come up, type
**√**in the search box. - Locate and select the Square Root Image that you want to use.

## What does the Square Root Symbol (**√)** Mean?

In mathematics, a **square root symbol** (**√**) is called a **radical.** The natural number represented by the symbol is called a **root**. The symbol may also be used to calculate not only the square root, but also the cube root, fourth root, hundredth root, and so on. All we need to do is preface the root with a small number.

Simply put, the **square root of a number** is the **value that is multiplied by itself to yield the number.** The square root of 25 is 5. This is because 5 x 5 = 25. The square root symbol stands for the principal square root, which is the positive number.

**vinculum**, the line that extends from the top to the root. If using text on the Internet, these can, however, be omitted.