it depends on the number, for example the square root of nine is a natural number. it's 3. the square root of 3 is not a natural number. It is 1.73... and it goes on and on.
Natural numbers are those numbers used for counting. The square root of 14 is the irrational number 3.74165... . Therefore, the square root of 14 is not a natural number.
No. A square root of 36 is -6 which, being negative, is not a natural number.The square root of 36 is 6 ... also rational.
Square root of 2; square root of any natural number that is not a perfect square; the number pi; the number e.
No. A natural number is a whole number, that is, no digits after the decimal point. Calculate the square root of 12 on a calculator, and you will see that it is not a whole number.
The square root of 25 is 5, which is a whole number, an integer, a natural number and a rational number.
No, it is not.
Yes. For example, 3 is the [principal] square root of 9.
Natural numbers must not contain negative numbers or fractions. Therefore, the square root of 3 = 1.73205080757 is not a natural number
The answers is not a whole number or a real number, but approx. 7.071 multiplied by i, the imaginary representative for the square root of negative 1.
No because the square root of 2 is an irrational number that can't be expressed as a fraction.
√225 = 15 so it is a natural number.
No to be a perfect square you should be able to take the number and square root it on the calculator and get an integer.
The positive square root is.