Yes. Any number can be a square root. 32 is the square root of 32*32 = 1024
The square root of 32 is not a rational number
No, because 32 is not a perfect square.
How about: 32*32 = 1024
Because the square root of 32 is an irrational number
No. And it is not a square number outside of maths, either.
Not every time. For example 32+42=25 (52) but 22+32=13 (not a square number)
If you mean is it a perfect square, then no; it is an irrational number (square root of 32 is 5.6568544249). But if you mean can it be squared, then yes; 32 squared is 1024
A factor that is a square number. 16 is a square factor of 32.
The only square number in that range that has 32 as a factor is 64.
1, 4 and 16.
No, it is not. The nearest square number is 9 (32).
4 radical 2
16 2*16 = 32
The square root of 32 is an irrational number
The square root of a positive integer can ONLY be:* Either an integer, * Or an irrational number. (The proof of this is basically the same as the proof, in high school algebra books, that the square root of 2 is irrational.) Since in this case 32 is not the square of an integer, it therefore follows that its square root is an irrational number.
16 or 32
32/2 = 162 = 256 The number is therefore 256.
No. 16 is one-half of 32. In order to be a square root, the number times itself has to equal a number. For example, 2 x 2 = 4, so 2 is the square root of 4.
The sum of 32 is 9.
It is an irrational number
32x32=1024 1024/9=113.8 square feet The above is ridiculous! One square foot is 12" x 12" = 144 square inches. Multiply 32 x 32 to get the number of square inches. and divide by the number of square inches in a square foot (144). The result is 7.11 square feet. Alternately, you can convert 32 inches to feet. 32"/12 = 2.667 ft. Then 2.667 ft. x 2.667 ft. = 7.11 sq. ft.