It is if the number is more than ' 1 '. If the number is less than ' 1 ', then it's smaller than its own square root.
No, not always since: if a number is more than 1, then its square root is smaller than the number. if a number is less than 1, then its square root is bigger than the number.
(901)2 = 811,801
Usually the square of a number is greater than the original number (2x2=4, -2x-2=4) wherther the number is negative or positive. The square of 1 is the same (1x1=1) but the square of -1 is greater (-1x-1=1) The square of positive decimal numbers is smaller than the original number (0.1x0.1=0.01) and the square of negative decimal numbers is larger than the original number (-0.1x-0.1=0.01)
False. It is true for every positive number greater than 1, this includes non-integers, and any number less than zero. Numbers between 0 and 1 have squares smaller than their principal square root.
the question itself is wrong.No number which is bigger than 4 is smaller than 1.Its impossible
Yes, if the number is less than '1'.Just the opposite, if the number is greater than '1'.
A fraction is smaller than one if the number on the top is less than the number on the bottom.
a number smaller than 1
1 is a triangular and square number, and it is less than 60.
3i where i is the square root of negative one.3i x 3i = -9
Any number between 0 and 1 e.g 0.5 x 0.5 = 0.25 0.25 is less than 0.5