**1.Converting Linerar % to square root %**

Square root % = sqrt(linear %)(10)

**Example:**Convert 50 % linear to square root

Square root mA = √A*10

= √50*10

= 70.71%

**2.Converting Linear mA to square root mA**

**Square root mA = √((A-4)/16 )x16)+4**

**Where A is Linear mA**

**Example**: Convert 12 mA linear to square root mA

Square root mA = √((A-4)/16 )x16)+4

= √((12-4)/16 )x16)+4

= 15.31mA

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What if you were looking for an FI indication on a 0√-10√ span? Would it be the sqrt of the d/p % across the FE, or the sqrt of the FT/FY outputs?

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