No. An irrational number isn't a whole number, nor can it be represented exactly as a fraction of two whole numbers. 50 is a whole number, so it's rational. 50/3, while having a repeating decimal, is still rational because it's an exact fraction. The square root of two is irrational because there is no fraction that can exactly represent it. The same goes for pi (although 22/7 is close enough for government work -- jk).
50 is a rational number
Because it has no number that can be squared to make it.
No, it can be expressed as a fraction (-67 over 50) so it's not irrational
First - 50 is a rational number, not an irrational number since it can be represented as a ratio of integers, i.e. 50/1 With that said: the two integers closest to it are 49 and 51
The square root of 50 is an irrational number because it can't be expressed as a fraction.
It can be a rational number or an irrational number. For example, sqrt(2)*sqrt(50) = 10 is rational. sqrt(2)*sqrt(51) = sqrt(102) is irrational.
It is an irrational number, which means it is also a real number.
The square root of 50 is roughly 7.071067812, which is irrational.
The square roots of 50 are irrational.
No. The sum of an irrational number and any other [real] number is irrational.
The sum of a rational and irrational number must be an irrational number.
rational * irrational = irrational.
No, 3.56 is not an irrational number. 3.56 is rational.
No. this is not a irrational number
It is not an irrational number!
No, 0.22 is not irrational because it can be expressed as a fraction in its simplest form as 11/50 and so therefore 0.22 is a rational number.
A negative irrational number can be thought of as an irrational number multiplied by -1, or an irrational number with a minus sign in front of it.
Any irrational number, when multiplied by 0.5 will give an irrational number.
Any irrational number, added to 0.4 will give an irrational number.
Yes, it will always be irrational.
-74 is not an irrational number. An irrational number can not be represented in the form of a faction.