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Q: Is 29 squared a rational or irrational number?
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Is the square root of 29 a rational or an irrational number?

The square root of 29 is an irrational number.

Is square root 29 rational or irrational?

It is an irrational number

Is the square root of 29 a rational or irrational number?


Is the square root of 29 a rational number integer whole number or an irrational number?

The square root of 29 is an irrational number.

Is the negative square root of 29 is rational or irrational number?


Is this rational number is a prime number 29?

29 is rational. Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. Irrational numbers cannot be expressed as a fraction.

Is the square root of 101 irrational or rational?

Its square root is an irrational number

Is 29 an irrational number?

Integers are rational. Also, terminating decimal numbers, as well as repeating decimals (such as 3.12121212..., where "12" repeats over and over) are rational.

What is the rational number of -29?

-29 is a rational number. It can also be written as -29/1

Is -29 rational?

Yes, -29 is a rational number

Is 0.28764 rational or irrational?

A rational number is one that can be represented as the ratio of two numbers - in other words, it can be written as a fraction. Note that integers (whole numbers) are rational numbers as they can be shown with a denominator of one. For example, 5 = 5/1 : 29 = 29/1.   Any decimal number that terminates is a rational number : 0.28764 = 28764/100000 which can be "simplified" to 7191/25000.

Is - 0.29292929292929 a rational number or an irrational number?

Any terminating decimal or repeating decimal is a rational number.-0.29292929292929 iseither a terminating decimal of the fraction -29292929292929/100000000000000or meant to be a recurring decimal (0.2929...) with the '29' recurring forever of the fraction 29/99Either way, it is a rational number.

What number squared is bigger then 800 less then 900?

29 (when squared is 841).

Is 29 irational?

29 is a rational number and it is also a prime number

Is a number with an unending decimal expansion irrational?

No. If the decimal expansion falls into a repeating pattern (however long) then the number is rational. For example, 0.33... is the rational number 1/3. or 0.04142857142857... where the pattern 142857 continues forever is the rational number 29/700.

What irrational number is between 5 and 7?

An irrational number between 5 and 7 is the square root of 35 (which is = 5.9160797831.....). This number can't be expressed as terminating decimals, which means that it goes on forever.An irrational number is an irrational number is any real number that cannot be expressed as a simple fraction or terminating decimals.

Is 29 a rational number?


Is -2.9 a rational number?

A rational number is one that can be represented as a fraction with whole numbers for the top (numerator) and bottom (denominator) numbers. -2.9 = -29/10 = -29/10 So -2.9 is a rational number.

Is -29 a rational number?


Is the square root of 29 a rational number?


Is 794 a square number?

Every number is a squared number- it is a square of something. However, 794 is not a perfect square number. 28 squared is 784 and 29 squared is 841. The square root of 794 is 28.1780056072107.

Which rational number is between 0.26 and 0.29?


What is an irrational number between 5.2 and 5.5?

the square root of 29

What are the elements in rational numbers having multiplicative inverse?

All rational numbers, with the exception of zero (0), have a multiplicative inverse. In fact, all real numbers (again, except for zero) have multiplicative inverses, though the inverses of irrational numbers are themselves irrational. Even imaginary numbers have multiplicative inverses (the multiplicative inverse of 5i is -0.2i - as you can see the inverse itself is also imaginary). Even complex numbers (the sum of an imaginary number and a real number) have multiplicative inverses (the inverse of [5i + 2] is [-5i/29 + 2/29] - similar to irrational and imaginary numbers, the inverse of a complex number is itself complex). The onlynumber, in any set of numbers, that does not have a multiplicative inverse is zero.

Is 29 rational number?