The square root of 1,024 is 32.
64*16 = 1024 and the square root of this is 32
Yes. Any number can be a square root. 32 is the square root of 32*32 = 1024
None. 1000 does not have an integer square root. 312 = 961 and 322 = 1024 and there is no integer between 31 and 32 so there can be no integer whose square is 1000.
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
1. Find the biggest perfect square root you can see in the number √9x1002 2. Factor the square root out of the radical √3x3x1002= 3√1002 3. Repeat steps one and two until there are no more perfect squares. 3√1002 4. Since there are no more perfect squares in this you can leave it as this simplified radical or you can guesstimation the square root of it by finding out which two square roots it is in between and add a decimal to the smaller perfect square and put the appropriate decimal point depending on the distance from each perfect square. 1002 is in between 312(961) and 322(1024) and its closer to 1024 so its about 31.8. Then you you multiply the square root with the perfect square root so you get 3x31.8=95.4 and you can use either the guesstimation or the simplified radical.
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The 8th root
The square root of the square root of the square root of something is called the 8th root. The 8th root of pi is approximately 1.15383506784999.