No. More frequently it is not.
A perfect square is a rational number equal to the square of a whole number.
If the whole number is a perfect square, its square root is rational. If not, it's not.
No, it may be not even a rational number. Square root of 2 is 1,414213562... for example.
When the whole number is a perfect square, ie it is a whole number squared.
It is always rational.
A whole number is always rational.
A perfect square.
The square root of 25 is 5, which is a whole number, an integer, a natural number and a rational number.
No, only a small minority are whole numbers.
The √49 is 7. It is a rational number.
It is rational. The root of a perfect square, such as 4, is rational; the root of any positive integer that is not a perfect square is an irrational number.
The square root of 4 is a whole number, an integer, rational and real.
Whole numbers are always rational.
It is none of those because the square root of -9 is an imaginary number but the square root of 9 is 3 which is a rational integer or whole number
A rational number can always be written as (one whole number) divided by (another whole number). That's not only a characteristic of a rational number, it's the definition of one.
If the whole number is non-negative, then it can be a rational number or, more often, an irrational number.
Short answer - yes, fractions with whole numbers are rational. All whole numbers are rational. All fractions are rational. Rational numbers can be added to always make another rational number.
Every whole number is rational.
The negative square root of 49 is -7. -7 is whole, integer, and rational number. It's not a natural or irrational number.
How about 16 as one example