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Q: How can the square root of a fraction be greater than the given fraction?

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You mean a proper fraction (less than 1). Multiply anything by less than 1 and you will make it smaller. Therefore the square root of your result is bigger than the start value. For numbers bigger than one it's the other way round.

3 is greater than the square root of 8.

38 is greater than the square root of 38

8 is greater than the square root of 60

The square root of 15 as a fraction is 3 113/129.

1/2 x 1/2 = 1/4 the sq. root of 1/4 = 1/2 in decimals: 0.5 x 0.5 = 0.25 the sq. root of 0.25 = 0.5

The square root of 126 is ± 11.224972.± 11.224972 expressed as a fraction is: ±2806243/250000

find the square root of the numerator and the square root of the denominator

It is greater than the negative square root of 8, but smaller than the positive square root of 8.

there is none!

Simply put, the square root of seven is irrational and cannot be in fraction form.

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