Q: Is 95 a square number

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The question should read (I think) "How many 12"x12" square tiles would it take to cover 95 square feet?" If so, then each 12"x12" square tile is actually 1 foot x 1 foot square tile whose area would be 1 square foot. Since you need to cover 95 square feet, the number os yiles required would be 95. The thng to remember is that everything must be in the same units.

The square root of 95 = 9.746794345 2 times 9.746794345 = 19.49358869.

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.95 is a rational number or square root of 121 a rational number

5x19=95

95 square meters is 1,022.6 square feet.

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122 = 144 72 = 49 144 - 49 = 95

95 square inches = 0.0612902 square metres.

Since 95 is positive, its square root is real. Only negative numbers have non-real square roots. That leaves the question of whether it is rational or irrational. An integer's square root can only be rational if it is itself an integer. But 95 is not a perfect square, so it's square root is not an integer. Therefore the square root is irrational.

95 square feet.

95 square miles = 60800 acre