This adding square roots calculator quickly calculates the sum of two square roots values. This online calculator can quickly add two square roots.

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The square root is a common operation in mathematics. We undo the “**squaring**” operation when we take the square root of a number. Taking the square root of a number is known as the inverse operation of squaring.

For example, the 6^{2} = 36 and the square root of 36 is 6. The square root of 36 can also be written as ‘**√36**‘.

**How to Use Adding Square Roots Calculator**

- The two square root values can be easily added using this square root addition calculator.
- To add the two root values, enter the square root values into the calculator’s fields.
- The calculator will quickly return the results after you enter the two values.

**Solved Examples on Square Root Addition**

We’ve solved two examples below to demonstrate the concept of adding two square roots. If you want to learn about the various methods for finding the square root of a number, check out our post on, **How to Find the Square Root of a Number?**

**Example**

1. Add square roots **√**16 + **√**81

**Solution**

It is very simple to add the two square roots. Find the square roots of both numbers and then **add** them together to get the final answer.

First we will find the square root of 16,

**√16 = 4** (4 x 4 = 16).

Similarly, find the square root of 81,

**√81 = 9** (9 x 9 = 81).

Now add both the values to get the final answer:

**√**16** + √**81

= 4 + 9

= 13

**Example**

2. Add **√**144 +**√**225.

**Solution**

To perform the addition of square roots, we will use the same steps as in the first examples.

**√**144 = 12 (12 x 12 =144)**√**225 = 25 (25 x 25 = 225)

Adding the square root values,

**√**144 + **√**225

= 12 + 15

= 27