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Q: What is the square root of 32 divided by the square root of 16?

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16 - sqrt(6656)/-32 = 16 + sqrt(6656)/32 = 16 + 81.5843/32 approx= 18.5495 approx.

If you mean the square root of (4 x 16) the answer is 8 or -8. If you mean (the square root of 4) x 16, the answer is 32 or -32.

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64*16 = 1024 and the square root of this is 32

Square root of 4 is 2 and so 2 times 16 = 32

16 cm squared.

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.

sqrt(8) x sqrt(32) = sqrt(8 x 32) = sqrt(256) = 16

Yes. Any number can be a square root. 32 is the square root of 32*32 = 1024

√3 / √(-32) = √(-3 / 32) = √(-3 / 2) / 4 = i√(3/2) / 4

√32 = √(16x2) = √16 √2 = 4 √2

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