What is a Radical in Math?

A radical in math is a number that is a rebel. Like human rebels during a revolution or during a protest, they don’t like to be treated the same as any other. They are really complicated, and they caused a lot of headaches. A radical number is exactly the same thing as square root number. For example, radical 25 means the square root of 25. Now imagine radical 2034534. Now that is a rebel number to deal with.