Square Root Infinity?

Calculus Level 1

Take any positive number and find its square root, which you call \(a.\)

Now, find the square root of \(a\) and call the value \(b.\)

Then find the square root of \(b\) and call the value \(c,\) and so on.

If you did this indefinitely, what number would the limiting value converge to?

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