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The square root of 1/4 can either mean the square root of (1/4) or the square root of 1 divided by 4, and these are different problems with potentially different answers.

To calculate the square root of (1/4):

First, you need to calculate the square root of the numerator and the square root of the denominator separately, and then divide the two. So,

You can also divide 1 by 4 and then do the square root of the quotient.

For the square root of 1 divided by 4, take the square root of 1 and then divide that result by 4.

Good luck!