Simplify\[\sqrt{1000}\]

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but how
Its kinda hard to do without of calculator, can't really explain sorry :\

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umm ok divide this into different numbers like \[\sqrt{500 \times 2 }=\sqrt{250 \times 4}=\sqrt{125 \times 2 \times 4}=\sqrt{5^3 \times 2 \times }\]
\[(5)(2)\sqrt{5 \times 2}\]
God damn muslim tryna overdo me xD
\[10\sqrt{5}.\sqrt{2}=(10)(1.4)\sqrt{5}\] because sqrt2=1.4
hmm 10.√5.√2, that seems best
now it is simple enough \[14\sqrt{5}\]
yeah! :)
Oh, sht, see I gave you the wrong answer, cause I thought u just meant find the sqrt of 1000 xD, dont blame me im new to this thing
so ? close this question dude :)

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