Q: Which number is smaller than 1000 that is a square and cube root except 64?

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30.1 <><><><><><> This can be solved easily by taking the square root of 900, which is 30, and 1000, which is about 31.62. So, any number between 30 and 31.62, exclusive, would square to be between 900 and 1000.

1024

The square root of any non-perfect square is an irrational number. Since sqrt(1000) = 10 sqrt(10), it is irrational.

Rounding up implies the number is smaller than 1000. However, a number smaller than 1000 cannot be a 4-digit number. So there cannot be such a number. What was said is wrong. The greatest 4 digit number that rounds up is 999.9

1,000 is smaller than 124,000 !

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You can square any number.

30.1 <><><><><><> This can be solved easily by taking the square root of 900, which is 30, and 1000, which is about 31.62. So, any number between 30 and 31.62, exclusive, would square to be between 900 and 1000.

The positive integer whose square is between 900 and 1000 is 31. 312 = 961.

(901)2 = 811,801

No. 1000 square is a number - it need not have anything to do with area.

The only integer answer is 31. 31^2 = 961.

-- Any number between 30 and 31.6 will do that. -- If you're only looking for a whole number, then 31 is the only one.

The number in square Brackets (e.g [1000]) signifies the number of trust points you have. For example, User [1000] has 1000 trust points

31*31 =961

No, 1,000 is a not perfect square.

1024

The closest without going over 1000 is 961, which is the square of 31. The closest by going over 1000 is 1024, which is the square of 32.