Q: What are the square numbers in 1000?

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square numbers 1 to 1000

1000

152 = 225 and 312 = 961 so there are 16 square numbers between 200 and 1000

02 + 02 = 0; all other numbers squared are greater than 0. Otherwise 25 (= 52) = 32 + 4262 + 82 = 100âˆš100 = 10; âˆš1000 â‰ˆ 31.6, so largest square less than 1000 is 312Between 100 and 1000 there are 31-10 = 21 square numbers (22 if 100 itself is included since 100 = 102)

One possible conjecture is that each square number up to 1000 has 4 factors. The conjecture is manifestly false, but it is still a conjecture.

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square numbers 1 to 1000

1000

There are 31 perfect square numbers between 1 and 1000 (including 1).

152 = 225 and 312 = 961 so there are 16 square numbers between 200 and 1000

There is an infinity of squares that are over 1000, starting with 322 = 1024.

They are the squares of the numbers 1 to 31. Use a calculator to find them.

02 + 02 = 0; all other numbers squared are greater than 0. Otherwise 25 (= 52) = 32 + 4262 + 82 = 100âˆš100 = 10; âˆš1000 â‰ˆ 31.6, so largest square less than 1000 is 312Between 100 and 1000 there are 31-10 = 21 square numbers (22 if 100 itself is included since 100 = 102)

There are 24 perfect squares between 50 and 1000.

The squares of the numbers 32, 33, 34,...,44 the square of the first number 32 is 1024 the square of the last number 44 is 1936

1001

31-32

sqrt(1000) = 31.62... So there are 31 (or 32 including 0 = 02).