The nearest whole number to the square root of 274 is seventeen (17).
17 is a prime number with no factors other than itself and 1 therefore minus square root of 17 is an irrational number.
* Its square root is a whole #. Example: 16 is a perfect square. Its square root is 4. 17 is not a perfect square. Its square root is around 4.123105626
square root of 9 = 3 but 2, 17 and 23 are irrational numbers
An "imaginary" number. Those number are called imaginary for historical reasons, but they have very "real" practical applications. The result is written as root(17)i (replace root(17) with the square root symbol).
There is no square root of -289 because it is an imaginary number but the square root of 289 is 17
the square root of 17 is not a perfect square, so it can't be reduced to a rational number. √17 ≈ 4.1231 but the decimal place keeps going on forever
They are 4 and 5
Not sure I understand the question. 17 is rational but the square root of 17 is irrational.
the square root of 17 is 4.123105625617661
As a real number.
It is an irrational number and it is about 4.123105626
This is a complex number.
square root 17!! APEX(;
No because the square root of any prime number is irrational inasmuch that it can't be expressed as a fraction.
The square roots are -4.1231 and +4.1231, approx.
They are irrational numbers.
The square root of 289 is 17
A positive real number, such as 17, has two square roots. One is the one your calculator gives you, if you use the square root function. The other is the same number, with a minus sign in front. None of these has an imaginary part. There are no additional complex roots that have a non-zero imaginary part.
The idea is to find a perfect square among its factors, such as two square, three square, etc. In this case, the square root of 68, root(68), equals root(4 x 17) = root(4) x root(17) = 2 root(17).
4 and 5
The square root of 17 is between 4 and 5.
Rounded to two decimal places, the square root of 17 is 4.12.
4.1231056256176605498214098559741 is the square root of 17.