The square root of 40 is an irrational number
36 is a square number between 30 & 40. 36 is 6 squared.
No and no.
36 is the only square number that is also a triangular number between 20 and 40.
1600 (square of 40)
The square root of 1600 is 40 …
40 square meters are 430.556417 square feet. There are 10.764 square feet in one square meter so by multiplying the 10.764 by the number of meters you can get your answer.
No - the square root of 40 is not a rational number. Rounded to ten decimal places, it is equal to 6.3245553203.
No - rounded to five decimal places, sqrt(40) = ±6.32456
because it needs to be a prime number and it has to be simplified
36 is the only perfect square amongst those listed.
The square root of 40 is an irrational number, due to the fact that one could extend the answer to an infinite number of decimal places if one was able to.
That number is called the square root of 40. You can calculate a decimal approximation of square roots on any calculator, including the calculator available on Windows.
There isn't any.
the closest whole number's whose square is close to 40 are 6 and 7 with the squares being 36 and 49 respectively. A perfect square doesn't have any decimal parts to it, thus 40 is not a perfect square since root 40 =6.32455....
The square root of 1600 is 40. (40x40=1600)
It is an irrational number, and therefore a real number.
A square number is one that is produced when one number is multiplied by itself. The squares from 1 to 40 are 1, 4, 9, 16, 25 and 36.
All numbers have square roots. You may have meant which factors of 40 are perfect squares. That's 1 and 4.
No. Square numbers are from numbers being squared like 2 squared is 4. Squaring a number is multiplying it by itself so 3x3=9, 4x4=16, 5x5=25, and so on. The closest square numbers to 40 are 36 (6x6) and 49 (7x7) there are no whole numbers to square in between 6 and 7 so 40 cannot be a square number