only if its an imaginary number
The square root of any negative number is imaginary. No integers nearby.
Negative 64 is the square root of an integer. The square root of -64 is not an integer.
It is a negative whole number or integer in the form of -49
The square of a positive number is positive. By the way, the square of a negative number is also positive.
The negative square root of 49 is -7. -7 is whole, integer, and rational number. It's not a natural or irrational number.
It is a negative integer, a rational, a real.
I am assuming that you mean the square root, in which case, the answer is no. An integer is a whole number, no decimals and can be positive or negative.
No, it is not even a real number. The square root of negative 5 is the square root of 5, times i.
It is a real number, a rational number, an integer.
No, any 2 negative numbers multiplied together equal a positive number
A negative number that is not an integer, of course. Examples are minus 1.5, minus pi, minus square root of 2, etc.