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sqrt stands for "square root", so 3*sqrt(3) means $3sqrt{3}$.

Now, if you want a numerical representation of your number, you can use the .n() method:

sage: a = 3*sqrt(3)
sage: a.n()
5.19615242270663


sqrt stands for "square root", so 3*sqrt(3) means $3sqrt{3}$.$3 sqrt{3}$.

Now, if you want a numerical representation of your number, you can use the .n() method:

sage: a = 3*sqrt(3)
sage: a.n()
5.19615242270663


sqrt stands for "square root", so 3*sqrt(3) means $3 sqrt{3}$.\sqrt{3}$. Now, if you want a numerical representation of your number, you can use the .n() method: sage: a = 3*sqrt(3) sage: a.n() 5.19615242270663  sqrt stands for "square root", so 3*sqrt(3) means$3 \sqrt{3}$.$3\sqrt{3}\$.

Now, if you want a numerical representation of your number, you can use the .n() method:

sage: a = 3*sqrt(3)
sage: a.n()
5.19615242270663