The square root of 32 is not a rational number
The square root of 32 is an irrational number
It is an irrational number
Irrational. All square roots of rational numbers are irrational, except perfect squares.
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.
It is irrational.
Yes. Any number can be a square root. 32 is the square root of 32*32 = 1024
The square root of 32 isn't rational, so it can't be a fraction.
Because the square root of 32 is an irrational number
You get the same number. For example: The square root of 9 is 3. 32 = 9
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.
32/2 = 162 = 256 The number is therefore 256.
The square root of 32 is 5.656854 rounded to the place shown.
=no ans and 32=no ans
3 or -3. 32 = 9 and (-3)2 = 9 * * * * * +3 and -3 do not have the square root of 9 - they are the square roots of 9. The number 81 has the square root 9.
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
The square root of 1,024 is 32.
It is a rational number
square root of 8*square root of *4 = 32 Sq root of 4=2 so its 2sq root 8
Sqrt(-32) = 4*sqrt(2)*i where i is the imaginary square root of -1.