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- square rooted by 6

When it can be square rooted

The square root of 576 is 24

When they can be square rooted into an exact integer

No, 58 can't be square rooted into an integer.

They are +/- 12.0830, approx.

No, it is not.

No, it is not.

Basically a perfect square is a number like 81 or 100. When these numbers are square rooted, they equal whole numbers like 9 or 10. An imperfect square is a number that when is square rooted equals and repeating decimal, like 29 when square rooted equals 5.385164807134504... (Note: Both even and odd number can be imperfect or perfect squares.)

About 8.66025438 or 75 square rooted

38 is greater than the square root of 38

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the answer to 36 square rooted is 6

No 38 is not a square number.

38 square feet covers almost exactly 38 square feet.

38 square meters = 409 square feet

infinity is not considered a number it is considered a theory therefore it can not be square rooted

Fourth root of pi, or 3.141592654 0.25 = 1.33133

38 square = 38 x 38 = 1444.

38 is not a perfect square. Its square root is a fraction and the square root of a perfect square is always an integer.

38 square feet equates to about 3.5 (3.53032) square meters.

The square root of 38 = ± 6.1644146+sqrt2

yes they can if i know what you are asking

No because it can't be squared rooted evenly

38 x 0.91442 = 31.77 metres2