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Q: Is the square root of 112 a rational number?

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That's the same as the square root of +112, times i.

The square root of 121 is the number which multiplied by itself will give 121, the answer is 11. (11*11=121). we write 11*11 as 112 thus if 112 = 121, then the square root of 121 or √121= 11 as you can see a square root of a number is the opposite of the square of a number

(√112)/(√7) = √(112/7) = √16 = 4.

Yes, it is.

Yes.

10.583005

4 times the square root of 7.

4 times the square root of 7

Yes.

Yes, it is.

10.6

It is: 10.58

No.

No.

√121 = √(112)= 11.

It is: 7 because 7*112 = 784 which is a square number

112 is 121, and calculating the square root of 121 gives an answer of 11 as well.

112 is an integer and not a fraction. However, it can be expressed in rational form as 112/1.

114 is not a perfect square - its square root, rounded to two decimal places, is equal to 10.68. Its closest perfect square integers are 121 (112) and 100 (102).

√112 = √(42 x 7) = √(42) x √7 = 4√7

8√7. Since the square root of 4 is 2 you just keep dividing the number by 4 and multiplying 2 outside the radical until you get to a number not divisible by 4. (√448 = √[112*4] = 2√112) then (2√112 = 2√[28*4] = 4√28) then (4√28 = 2√[7*4] = 8√7)

112 = 121

112 = 121

102 = 100, 112 = 121 ...

Between 10 and 11, about 10.583