Here’s an example Python code to find the square root of a number:

import math # Take input from the user num = float(input("Enter a number: ")) # Find the square root using the math module square_root = math.sqrt(num) # Print the square root print("The square root of", num, "is", square_root)

In this code, we first import the `math`

module, which provides several mathematical functions, including the `sqrt()`

function for finding the square root of a number.

We then use the `input()`

function to prompt the user to enter a number. We convert the user input to a float using the `float()`

function and assign it to the variable `num`

.

Next, we use the `math.sqrt()`

function to find the square root of `num`

and assign the result to the variable `square_root`

.

Finally, we use the `print()`

function to output the square root of `num`

.

When you run this code, it should prompt you to enter a number. Once you enter a number and press enter, it should output the square root of that number. For example:

Enter a number: 25 The square root of 25.0 is 5.0

Note that you can replace `25`

with any other number you want to find the square root of.